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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2. Save the PDF Document

The Save PDF File As window opens (see right).

Now you'll specify where on your computer the new PDF document will be saved.

You should choose a drive and a folder that is easy for you to remember so that you can later find it. In the screen at the right, the PDF file will be saved on the Local Disk drive (C:).

At this stage of the process you can change the file name of your PDF document if you wish. Type the new name in the File name field. At right, the file name will be PDF Document. Remember that Acrobat will automatically add the corresponding .pdf file name extension; the file name then will be PDF Document.pdf.

The word-processing program “prints” the document, converting it to the PDF format.


Instructions

  1. Click on the Next link below to proceed to the next page.

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Save PDF File As Window

Save PDF File As window

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