Working with PDFs

Introduction | 1. Create A PDF Document | 2. Save the PDF Document | Practice for Full Login | Practice for Limited Login
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1. Create a PDF Document
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After you select the File, then Print menu options, the Print to Adobe PDF (in WordPerfect) or Print window (in Word) appears (see right).

To create the PDF document, you must instruct the software to print the document as an Adobe PDF. You specify this by selecting Adobe PDF or Adobe PDFWriter.

At the right, Adobe PDF (highlighted in red) was selected in the Name field. To print the document, click on the Print button (WordPerfect) or on the OK button (Word).


Instructions

  1. In the representation at the right, click on the Print button.

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Print to Adobe PDF Window

The WordPerfect Print window is shown here.

WordPerfect Print window

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