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I have a quick question. I want to be able to convert Microsoft Word documents to PDF. I know its an adobe program but I forgot the exact name of it so I can purchase it. If anyone knows I would really appreciate the help. Thank you.
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These are free, they create a virtual printer which converts Word to PDF

http://sourceforge.n...cts/pdfcreator/

You need to register for this one

http://www.avanquest..._exppdf0406.cfm

Check the adobe site but adobe professional should convert if you want to use a paid for programme
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These are free, they create a virtual printer which converts Word to PDF

http://sourceforge.n...cts/pdfcreator/

You need to register for this one

http://www.avanquest..._exppdf0406.cfm

Check the adobe site but adobe professional should convert if you want to use a paid for programme


Thanks allot I really appreciate it. Also would Adobe Acrobat standard edition do it instead of professional. I"m trying to save a little money. Thanks again.
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Those are two of the free alternatives, there is an option to create adobe online but they are all paid for

Have a look at PDF creator, once you print it virtually, it opens in adobe reader and you can send it via e-mail and no one will be able to tell the difference, it doesn't have any watermark to distinguish it
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Those are two of the free alternatives, there is an option to create adobe online but they are all paid for

Have a look at PDF creator, once you print it virtually, it opens in adobe reader and you can send it via e-mail and no one will be able to tell the difference, it doesn't have any watermark to distinguish it



What I need it for is so I can put some docs on my webpage. The link you put for the free version will that work for my webpage? Thanks again.
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Have you looked at file, save as, save as web page in Word or does it have to be PDF
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