Learn how to save a Word document to PDF while selecting from many options, such as pages to save, accessibility, document information, bookmarks, and author information.
- [Instructor] When you want to share your Word document…with others, but you don't want them…to be able to edit the document,…you might consider saving to a read-only format…such as PDF, or portable document format.…That's what we're going to explore…in this week's Word Tip, and we're going to…examine a number of different options…that people often overlook.…We're going to do it with this file,…Best of Landon Hotel Guide 014.…You can open it up from your Exercise Files…if you have them.…Or you can follow along with one of…your own Word documents.…
Notice this one does have different fonts being used.…There are images, a table of contents,…also you'll see headings are being used,…and that's important when saving to PDF,…because we can choose to use them as bookmarks,…to help people navigate our document a little bit easier.…Things to keep in mind as we go up to the File tab,…and select Save As.…If you don't see this link yet,…just click Browse down the left side.…Now instead of clicking the drop-down…for the Save As type, which currently…
Skill Level Intermediate
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