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How to convert\transfer from Word Document to PDF please?

Discussion in 'Copywriting' started by tourie, Dec 11, 2007.

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    I finished some words on Microsoft word documents and I'd like to have a recommendation for free softwares that can convert from Word Document to PDF file?
    SEMrush
    Any answers will be appreciated
    :)
     
    tourie, Dec 11, 2007 IP
    SEMrush
  2. ARonald

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    Use Primopdf. It is one of the best freeware tools for document to pdf conversion. Hope it helps you.

    ARonald
     
    ARonald, Dec 11, 2007 IP
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    If you have access to a Mac running OS X (friend, school, library) you can actually print your documents straight to PDF
     
    tfraymond, Dec 11, 2007 IP
  4. tourie

    tourie Member

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    Hi Aronald

    Thanks, I just downloaded it but however, the size limit for upload conversion is only under 1MB limit which I tried anyways and it is great but several of my files I want to convert are over 3MB so do you know which area or where I can download for that size please?

    Thanks
     
    tourie, Dec 11, 2007 IP
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    godofwriting Banned

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    You can try pdf995. It doesn't have any limitations from what I can remember.

    you can find it on pdf995.com
     
    godofwriting, Dec 11, 2007 IP
  6. KMP

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    Use Open Office. You can get it for free, it will read Office docs, and it will convert to PDF. I have both open office and MS Word and I prefer Open Office just because of the PDF feature.
     
    KMP, Dec 13, 2007 IP
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    If you use Word 2007 there is a very simple solution. Read the post below:
    http://blog.adrianroman.ro/post/Saving-Word-Documents-as-PDF-in-Microsoft-Word-2007.aspx
     
    aroman07, Dec 13, 2007 IP
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    If you havent reached a solution you can use, try this: CutePDF. Its freeware and i use it for most of my docs. I don't recall it having a limit, either.
     
    Kestal, Dec 13, 2007 IP
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    CutePDF is definitely the best solution on Windows. It's easy to use. After you install, it adds a new printer to your system. So if you want to convert a Word doc you just "Print" it through the CutePDF printer and you're done.
     
    bjplink, Dec 17, 2007 IP
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    I have used PDF995 for years now--no problems. They also have a product called Edit995 where you can create an index and page numbers in the PDF (among other things). They also have a product called Signature995 where you can encrypt the PDF and keep someone from copying text in it and from printing it. All are free tools. They have ads built in but that is usually not a problem.
     
    2LSolutions, Dec 22, 2007 IP
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    The Emirates Gallastico Banned

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    I personally use CutePDF before.

    But now you can write, edit, or customize your pdf e-Book
    in newly design software - eWritePro

    buy from me only at $5 and get FREE bonus!



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    Azfar, Dec 29, 2007 IP
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    raneeq Greenhorn

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    Advanced All To PDF 5.0 is a pretty useful tool to Word Documents files to pdf files, Converted quality is fairly good: with text content, page layouts, images,and text hyperlinks preserved.what's more,it only costs you $24.95,so why not have a try.

    http://www.advancedpdfconverter.com/products/alltopdf.html
     
    tony88, Feb 4, 2010 IP
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    There's a PDF extension for word available for free download from Microsoft. Definitely the easiest way.
     
    tmi, Feb 5, 2010 IP
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    Hi, It is easy to convert word document to pdf now,as there are many pdf converter in the market.but it is important to choose a good one to convert our documents to pdf ,i used a lot of version,and felt not very good.last week,I downloaded a program called Advanced word to pdf 5.0. It's pretty good in preserving the formatting. It also allow us to convert a lot files at the same time.I am quite satisfied with it.
     
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    If you install Microsoft Office 2010, you will be able to choose pdf in "save as" options.
    Or you can try PDFCreator (freeware) that cooperates with MS Word and Open Office Writer (and many others btw): when you create your document just click "print" and choose PDFCeator and it will transform your file to pdf automatically. Then just save it. Voila! :)
     
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    download the pdfcreator in sourceforge.
    all you need to do is click file > print > chose pdfcreator > the software will convert the file into a pdf.
    even file.txt can be converted to pdf by just following that instruction.
     
    etc, Mar 30, 2010 IP
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