A key new feature in Microsoft Office 2010 is the easy ability to save documents as PDF or XPS files.
A key new feature in Microsoft Office 2010 is the easy ability to save documents as PDF or XPS files. In Office 2007, this was possible using a plug-in you had to install manually, so it’s nice to see the functionality built-in to Office 2010 right out of the box. There is full PDF integration for most Office 2010 Suite, including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
There are multiple options for creating a PDF file. You can use the built-in “Save As” function and select the PDF format, or use the new Share menu and choose the option to create a PDF or XPS document.
How To Save A Document As A Secure PDF Using Office 2010
1. Click File, Share. From the Share menu, click Create PDF/XPS Document, then on the right-side, click Create a PDF/XPS.
2. In the prompt, choose a location and name. Next, click Publish.
Your document is now saved as a PDF. It sure is nice to cut out the “middle-man” PDF conversion software. Now it’s just one clean, easy-to-use structure.
How To Convert And Send A PDF As An Email Attachment In Office 2010
Click File, then click Share. From the Share menu, click Send Using E-mail, then on the right-side, click Send as PDF.
One small step for man…well, one small step for anyone, and now your document is converted, attached, and ready to go to your contacts as a groovy new PDF file.
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