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How can I convert doc to pdf with Office word 2003? Can you give me the instruction? Thanks!

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How do I convert a Word document into a PDF file?

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  • Yet another solution is the free Open Office.
OpenOffice.org 3.2.1 is a free suite of office applications, including a word processor much like Microsoft Word. Open office can read Word documents and can create PDFs. Again, the feature set is similar, but not identical to Word and Acrobat, so compatibility may still be an issue. But the price is right, and it's a well supported open source application with a very active user community to help.

FYI,

~Shy

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Somewhere on the Adobe site. I think I typed "make a pdf file" as of last month they give you 5 pages that they turn into .pdf for you. Free. Then you buy.... just my 2 cents

I think you have to sign up for the trial and then they give you the first 5 pages free.. Then you have to cancel your account. I may have misunderstood but that was what I was led to believe.

Makes no difference.. ferb82 hasn't even logged back on since yesterday (28th) at 6:02AM when he posted his message to even see his/her options via our replies.. :blink:

~Shy

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@ Shy

It was last month. maybe my 1st & last name, email so the can send you the .pdf back. (and log your IP) :blink: But I stopped at radio shack. and the man behind the counter put radio frequencies on notepad in for scanner sales. I looked at his computer/ adobe website/ five pages free. Never heard from Adobe again...

of course I put your name on it shy :)

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@ Shy

It was last month. maybe my 1st & last name, email so the can send you the .pdf back. (and log your IP) :) But I stopped at radio shack. and the man behind the counter put radio frequencies on notepad in for scanner sales. I looked at his computer/ adobe website/ five pages free. Never heard from Adobe again...

of course I put your name on it shy :blink:

I was wondering about that $29.95 charge on my credit card, you stinker.. If your wife is jealous, be VERY careful, as I just put $187.36 in VICTORIA SECRETS

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http://www.dopdf.com/

Convert to PDF

PDF stands for Portable Document Format and it was created by Adobe to ease document exchange. doPDF is a free PDF creator that does what the name suggests, creates PDF files. Once installed it will allow you to convert any type of printable documents to PDF files.

doPDF7.1 installs itself as a virtual PDF printer driver so after a successful installation will appear in your Printers and Faxes list and also in the list of All Programs. Using doPDF you can convert to PDF in two ways:

1. Print to PDF via the virtual printer driver doPDF. You would do this exactly as you print to a regular printer, just the result will be a PDF file, not a printed piece of paper.

2. Using the doPDF Startup window. doPDF has an executable file (accessible from the start program group) that you can run in order to start a conversion wizard.

Print to PDF via the virtual PDF printer, doPDF

Open the document you want to convert (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, WordPad, NotePad or any printable document), choose Print and select doPDF from the list of printers. You will be asked where to save the PDF file and when finished, the PDF will be automatically opened with your default PDF reader.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Advanced Word To PDF 5.0 is a fast, affordable way to batch convert Microsoft Word documents into professional-quality documents in the popular PDF file format. Its easy-to-use interface allows you to batch create PDF files which can be viewed on any computer with a PDF viewer.

all the original text font, images, graphics, hyperlinks, layout and formatting are kept intact after conversion. it

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