How to Save as PDF in Microsoft Word 2007, 2010

Here's in this article we will show you how to make a pdf document in Microsoft Word 2007, 2010.

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Hi, in this opportunity, we are going to talk about a Microsoft office feature “Save as pdf.” Specifically, regarding how to save as PDF in Microsoft Word Excel 2007, 2010. Some peoples don’t have an idea how to create a PDF file using MS word. In this article, we’ll show you with the step-by-step guide how to save as your “.doc” file into a “.PDF” file. Please follow the following steps.

How to Save as PDF document in Microsoft Word

  1. Steps to Microsoft Word 2007
  2. Steps to Microsoft Word 2010 or later

How to save as pdf in Microsoft word 2007

In MS Office 2003, 2007, we have an option to save as a PDF format, but only if you have installed the Save as PDF add-in on your computer. Please follow the following steps to learn how to do.

  1. Download MS Office Save As PDF add-in and run it.
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  2. Select the term & condition check-box and then click on Continue. The add-in will begin installing.
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  3. After installed, you’ll get successfully finished message.
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  4. Open the word document which you want to save into PDF format in MS word.
  5. Click on File menu → Save AsPDF or XPS and then choose the location in the box below.
    Note: This PDF or XPS will add automatically when you installed the above give MS add-in.
    ms word save as pdf step4
  6. Enter the file name and click on save or publish.
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How to save as pdf in Microsoft word 2010 or later

Since MS Office 2010, we already have the option to create a PDF document with our favorite MS word. It doesn’t need any external add-on. To do that, please follow the following steps:

  1. Open the word document which you want to save into PDF format in MS word.
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  2. Click on File menu and then click on Save As, choose the location and in the box below.
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  3. Choose the type of file to save: PDF. As you can see, it is a very simple process.
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Editing a PDF document with Microsoft Word

Since Word 2013, we have the opportunity to import and edit a PDF document. From Word 2013, we have the opportunity to import and edit a PDF document.

  1. To achieve this, just go to File, open and there we will search for the desired PDF document.
  2. MS Word will start to process it, and in a few seconds, we will have a draft very similar to the original. It is likely that some content, such as frames, tables or labels are not completely the same. But most of the content such as text and images will be accurate.
  3. Once we have the draft already edited, we can save it either in. DOC or in PDF. Please keep in mind that if you are not satisfied with the results, you can always go back to the original document.

Well, that’s all for now. Finally, I want to leave you this little tip. If you do not have Microsoft Word, note that Windows 10 incorporates a virtual printer that saves any document in PDF.

Additional Info

Microsoft Word is the word processor of the suite. Word has a dominant position in the word processing market. Its proprietary DOC format is considered standard, although in its Word 2007 version it uses a new XML-based format called. DOCX, but it also can save and open documents in the DOC format. Word is also included in some versions of Microsoft Works. It is available for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS platforms. The first version of Word, released in 1983, was for the MS-DOS operating system and had the distinction of introducing the use of the mouse to numerous peoples.

Moreover, the format most used in Microsoft Word is .DOC. However, the PDF format is roughly used at a general level.PDF means Portable Document Format, used to display documents in an electronic way independent of the software, hardware or operating system where it is displayed. Originally developed by Adobe Systems as a universally compatible file format based on the PostScript format, it has become a de facto international standard for the exchange of documents and information. Here’s how to create a PDF document from Microsoft Word.

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