Changing the file type and converting to Adobe PDF


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Changing the file type and converting to Adobe PDF

In this movie, I'll show you the new way that Excel can save to other formats, and also a new and easier way of creating an Adobe PDF. So let's go over here to the File tab. Then over here, we want to choose Save & Send, and over here in this column under File Types, choose Change File Type. Now we've got all these different file types that we can choose. If you want to save back, and we covered this in the Versions movie, you can save back a version. But let's say you are working with somebody who is using OpenOffice - and OpenOffice uses the ODS file format - or maybe you want to choose comma- delimited, or you want to change this into tab-delimited, whatever it is, all you have to do is double-click it and then go and change the file.

And we don't really have to do that. So I am just going to cancel that. Let's go back into the File tab, back to Save & Send, and again Change File Type if you want to do a different way, let's say you want to save to a file...

Changing the file type and converting to Adobe PDF
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Changing the file type and converting to Adobe PDF provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Bob Flisser as part of the Excel 2010 New Features

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