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converting word to pdf


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aleandrgreen

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OpenOffice and online converters are good for converting just a few files, but if there are hundreds of those, you need a nonstandard solution. I myself can recommend DocuFreezer - docufreezer.com. It’s a simple utility for file conversion.

 


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I don't understand why you need all those all tricks and applications. Nowadays the Microsoft Word program comes equipped with this feature, via the Save As option.


In case you didn't notice, this thread was made 4 years ago.


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Yisroel

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I don't understand why you need all those all tricks and applications. Nowadays the Microsoft Word program comes equipped with this feature, via the Save As option.

In case you didn't notice, this thread was made 4 years ago.

 

:laughing: Nope, I haven't noticed it till now.


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Why don't you use Microsoft Office Add-In to convert documents to pdf.

 

For Microsoft Office previous versions, they are providing a Add-in to save as PDF option.

Just download Save As PDF ADD-In from Microsoft and install. It is free.

 

Using an application built by Microsoft may safe than third party applications


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