Want to save your Word documents as PDF files? You can do it with the free Microsoft Word to PDF Converter and Word 2007.
The Save As PDF or XPS for 2007 Microsoft Office Programs add-in software is all you need...you don't need expensive 3rd-party software.
The add-in is not included when you install Microsoft Office or Word 2007. But once you download and install it, or if you own Word 2010, it will be available inside Word…you do not need to open an additional program when you want to save as PDF.
In addition to Word 2007, installing this add-in enables the Save As PDF or XPS feature in these other Office 2007 programs: Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visio, OneNote, and InfoPath.
If you install Service Pack 2 for Office 2007, you do not need to download the add-in. You can download the service pack by updating Word 2007.
I recommend installing the service pack because it includes functionality improvements for all Office 2007 programs.
Choose what you want to do:
Follow this Word Tip and you will be ready to publish professional looking PDF files from your Word 2007 documents in just a few minutes!
The Save As PDF or XPS for 2007 Microsoft Office Programs add-in software is a Microsoft product. You must own genuine Microsoft software to download and install the add-in. (Genuine means a licensed copy of the software. Validation is required.)
To download the add-in:
To save a Word document as a PDF or XPS file, see the Word-Tip, Convert Word to PDF.
If you suspect that the Save As PDF or XPS for 2007 Microsoft Office Programs add-in is causing problems, you can repair or remove it.
To repair or uninstall the Save As PDF add-in:
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