Quick Tip: How to Save Documents as PDFs in Microsoft Office Word 2007

If you’ve ever written a document in Microsoft Office Word, chances are you’ve wanted to save it as a PDF for easy sharing.  Publishing to PDF isn’t included in the standard installation of Microsoft Office Word, but you can add it in a few easy steps which I will cover in this quick tip.

Step 1: Head over to the Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS Add-in for 2007 Microsoft Office programs page.  Make sure to close Microsoft Office Word if you currently have it open.

Step 2: Download and install the Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS add-in.

Step 3: Re-open Microsoft Office Word.  You will now have the option to save as PDF in the Save As menu!


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6 responses to “Quick Tip: How to Save Documents as PDFs in Microsoft Office Word 2007”

  1. Jacob_K Avatar

    i have never had to do this, but then again i have only used office pro edition, so maybe that is the difference… either way nice write up.

  2. Jacob_K Avatar

    i have never had to do this, but then again i have only used office pro edition, so maybe that is the difference… either way nice write up.

  3. Syd Avatar
    Syd

    Finally someone knows how t do this! Thanks Evan!

  4. Syd Avatar
    Syd

    Finally someone knows how t do this! Thanks Evan!

  5. kim_office_team Avatar

    HI Evan,

    Thanks so much for posting this great how to! Remember, you can share and store your documents online with Office Live Workspace, too. It's a great way to make sure your documents are always accessible.

    I'm sure the folks at the Office Live page on Facebook would love for you to share your expertise with the community. You can join them at http://www.facebook.com/officelive.

    Cheers!
    Kim
    Microsoft Office Live Outreach

  6. kim_office_team Avatar

    HI Evan,

    Thanks so much for posting this great how to! Remember, you can share and store your documents online with Office Live Workspace, too. It's a great way to make sure your documents are always accessible.

    I'm sure the folks at the Office Live page on Facebook would love for you to share your expertise with the community. You can join them at http://www.facebook.com/officelive.

    Cheers!
    Kim
    Microsoft Office Live Outreach

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