How to Create pdf files in Microsoft office 2010


This tutorial will let you to learn how to create pdf files and how to convert Microsoft word files to pdf files. This option is available with Microsoft office 2010. Let see how to do this.

Microsoft office is the famous word processing tool. We can do create files compatible with various formats. Here is the new thing which Microsoft provide us to create pdf files with Microsoft office 2010.

In Microsoft office 2007 provide us to create files compatible with 2003 version and compatible with word pad application and many more.

Microsoft provide more user friendly options. Every release of Microsoft add at least a features which make users like Microsoft products. In the new release of office 2010 they let you to create pdf files and convert office files to pdf files.
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Converting Microsoft word files to pdf files with Microsoft office 2010.

Follow the steps to create/convert word files to  pdf files. Open/Create Microsoft office word documents and navigate of office button. Which is present in the top left corner. There are two methods available to create/convert word files to pdf files.

Method 1 of 2

Click it and select save as option. It will popup a window and prompt you for an name. Give a name and select the file format option which present below to file name textbox. Select pdf and xps format in option then click save. Now you can see that, your word file is saved as pdf format.

Method 2 of 2

Place your cursor over the save as option and it will open a sidebar. In that side bar select pdf and xps format and then click on save button now you can have your word file as pdf.

If you know some other way. Let us know so that we will add it with this post.

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