N/APosted on - 03/11/2012
There is an option in ms word 2007 called add-ins and there is a function which says create PDF but unfortunately I cannot create PDF with it. In fact it never responded to the command.
I do not no whether these command need any specification to work.
Please someone help me get this problem solved and help me create PDF with this.
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Have you ever used this command or function before? Well, you can try and download the add-ins here (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=7) just to make sure that you have a working add-in.
Upon properly installing the add-in, open up your file and save it normally:
1. Click the windows logo on MS Word.
2. Click Save As.
3. Select PDF as the file format.
4. Choose appropriate settings whether it is Standard or Maximize.
If still not working, try to download another software such as PDFCreator or PDF Printer that will allow you to save your file as PDF. This can be done by going to Print option and selecting the software installed for PDF printing.
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