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I learned a new skill, but... (PDF) Answered

Thanks to a small nag from gmjhowe, I now know how to create a pdf file of documents I create in CorelDraw. Dead easy, publish to pdf.

But, there doesn't seem to be an equivalent function in Word.

Have I just missed something stupidly obvious, or do I need to acquire some software to do it?

My first PDFed 'ible.

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gmjhoweKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

well looks like i got here too late, on a side note, if you install adobe acrobat it should allow you to chose 'adobe pdf' as a printer, and then you print the pdf.

on mac os x, there is a print to pdf feature built into the OS, mwhahahaha!

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gmoongmjhowe

Reply 10 years ago

Linux, too. ahahahahwm!

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gmjhowegmoon

Reply 10 years ago

sudo - dont mwahahaha me.

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gmoongmjhowe

Reply 10 years ago

Sir, I've unslipped no mwahahahas upon you.

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gmjhowegmoon

Reply 10 years ago

well, there was your crazy ahahahawm like a mwhahahaha from a backwards world.

It looks abit like the council have been around to that graveyard and kicked over some 'leaning' grave stones rather than support them.

Sorry for being off-topic

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zachninme

10 years ago

Slightly tangental yet completely awesome: If you played around with the images & sizing, see if you can get the diagrams to come out correctly sized in the instrctables' PDF.

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whatsisface

10 years ago

Word has no way of doing it natively, you need software like TUA or Nacho say. I use PrimoPDF.

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caitlinsdad

10 years ago

I think the pdf format from Adobe was proprietary and Microsoft was once in battle for the reigning document format. You need a separate utility or add-on to get a Word document to convert to pdf format.