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
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The final step in this process is to save the newly created PDF document on your computer.

Clicking on the Save button (highlighted in red at the right) will save the PDF document to the C: drive (Local Disk) and will rename the file to PDF Document.pdf.

If your Adobe PDF converter is set to show PDF results, then your converted document will appear in Adobe Acrobat.

Hint
Always check to ensure that the document was properly converted to the PDF format. The document is properly converted if the resulting PDF looks exactly like the original document. (If it was not correctly converted, try the process again.)

Congratulations! You've finished the Working with PDFs lesson.

Next, complete the Working with PDFs practice exercise. (The practice you get with the exercise can be helpful when you begin working on the CM/ECF Test.)

Instructions

  1. Click here to open your specific practice exercise:

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