How to create a pdf file?

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  1. oxymoron profile image56
    oxymoronposted 8 years ago

    How to create a pdf file easily?

    1. couponalbum profile image61
      couponalbumposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Try using PDFOnline.com, if in case your file is < 2.0 MB

      Its FREE!!

    2. DavidSmith profile image48
      DavidSmithposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      If you use MS Office 2007, you could refer to a pulg-in named Office 2007 add-in, which allows you save office documents as PDF files.

      And if you use MS 2003 or other version, you may need a PDF Creator or Office to PDF converter, such as Word to PDF Converter.

      Enjoy it!

    3. jossecarr profile image60
      jossecarrposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Well, you can try  freepdfconvert.com. It can covert Word Doc,xls and images into PDF format.

    4. ANIKET SHRIVASTAV profile image54
      ANIKET SHRIVASTAVposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      GO AND SEARCH FOR PDF CREATOR ONLINE YOU'LL GET IT FREE AND IT'S CONVIENENT
      @/\/!KeT

  2. akihan profile image70
    akihanposted 8 years ago

    if you're using ms office 2007 and above, you can just do a "save as" command.

    alternatively, install a pdf printer. one good free program is bullzip pdf printer. you can go google for it. install it, and choose it as your printer when you select the print option and it'll convert whatever you're printing into a pdf file.

  3. darkside profile image79
    darksideposted 8 years ago

    Go to www.openoffice.org and downoad the Open Office Suite. And you can export PDFs from the word processor Open Office Writer.

    1. profile image0
      mtsi1098posted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I agree...this is a very flexible package and can support many formats

  4. articleposter profile image57
    articleposterposted 8 years ago

    Easy option is to download Firefox add on

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4738

    Free, and does it in seconds. Works only if you use firefox browser though.

  5. galewbest profile image50
    galewbestposted 8 years ago

    all these are nice solutions, but in the end if you care about the results and want some flexibility in your editing, you are better off with a professional product like Nitro PDF or Print2PDF.
    such software is not free (there are some trials though), but you can save up to 50% with a coupon code on purchase - see http://news.dtcdeals.com/nitropdf/nitro … upon-code/ for codes published by users.

  6. prettydarkhorse profile image63
    prettydarkhorseposted 8 years ago

    thanks I am learning

  7. oxymoron profile image56
    oxymoronposted 8 years ago

    Thanks everyone smile

  8. lrohner profile image80
    lrohnerposted 8 years ago

    The simplest (free) one that I've found is Cute PDF Writer. It sets itself up as a printer. So no matter what program you're in, you just do File > Print and print it as a PDF file.

    http://www.cutepdf.com/products/cutepdf/Writer.asp

  9. itcoll profile image61
    itcollposted 8 years ago

    i think there is a firefox add-on that can be used for this purpose.

  10. Shalini Kagal profile image61
    Shalini Kagalposted 8 years ago
  11. irwanfazri profile image57
    irwanfazriposted 8 years ago

    Thanks the sites reference, i get benefit too

  12. Siotosh profile image56
    Siotoshposted 8 years ago

    Have a look at google Docs, you can create a file and download it as a pdf
    <snipped - no links please>

  13. irwanfazri profile image57
    irwanfazriposted 8 years ago

    I did new hub to convert word file to PDF file. you could use this.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Convert- … o-PDF-File

  14. theblackedition profile image84
    theblackeditionposted 8 years ago

    The doPDF converter is real easy to use, and it is also free.

    1. richardmacarthy profile image73
      richardmacarthyposted 8 years ago

      I have written a Hub especially for you guys having troubles with this process.  Check it out, it was all for YOU!

      Richie.

      http://hubpages.com/hub/Convert-Documen … F-Creation

      1. bobluisusa profile image58
        bobluisusaposted 7 years ago

        hi,

        I am using STAR Office that provide inbuilt option to export a word file into PDF.

        you can convert easily going in file menu>>Export as PDF>>follow some easy steps>>get your PDF file.

        hope it would help!

        bob luis

      2. donm315 profile image53
        donm315posted 7 years ago

        yes, same here on line pdf converter, it's free!

      3. Jaroslaw A profile image57
        Jaroslaw Aposted 7 years ago

        Also, if you don't want to pay/get Microsoft Office you can download OpenOffice for free. It is basically the same as Microsoft Word and lets you convert document for free but it just doesn't cost many $ smile

      4. profile image0
        J and Jposted 7 years ago

        Openoffice is worth a look and it's free.

      5. Croline profile image57
        Crolineposted 7 years ago

        I use advanced word to pdf 5.0,it is pretty good.convert word files to pdf Documents,Converted quality is fairly good: with text content, page layouts, images,and text hyperlinks preserved.I chose it because it is a standalone application, I could run this program independently and needn't extra install Microsoft Office or Adobe Acrobat which costs hundreds of dollars.

      6. tonybaldwin profile image56
        tonybaldwinposted 7 years ago

        I second Darkside's suggestion:

        Use OpenOffice.org.

        If you want to build more complex pdf files, however, you might want to try Scribus.

        It is a more powerful document creator and publishing tool, along the lines of MSPublisher or some Adobe tools.

        Both of these, OpenOffice and Scribus, are free/open source software, and cross-platform (run on gnu/linux, windows and mac).

        Another quick-n-easy option is to just use google-docs, which will export a file to pdf, as well.

      7. transinata profile image66
        transinataposted 7 years ago

        use print tools and choose print to pdf files. You should install microsoft office 2007 professional version

      8. markhubpages profile image36
        markhubpagesposted 7 years ago

        oxymoron, there are many software available for creating pdf file. It is actually not creating te pdf itself, it is better to format it to a Word Processor and convert it to pdf to make you sure you edit it before creating its pdf.

       
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