Turning a Word document contract into a PDF


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Turning a Word document contract into a PDF

I'm Jess Stratton and welcome to Monday Productivity Pointers. A contract is a legally binding document that serves as an agreement between two parties. The contract itself spells out the details and usually involves both parties signing the contract, to signify that it's been read and agreed to on both sides. Because the contract is a document, you'll most likely be creating it in a word processing app such as Microsoft Word, which is what I have open right now. In fact, I have an agreement that I've been working on, right up here in front of me.

The problem is that if you send a contract out to be signed and then faxed or scanned an email back to you as a Word document, there's no document integrity. This means that unless you turn on track changes in the Word document, you can't know that the other party hasn't changed anything in your contract before signing in. You can very quickly turn your Word document contract into a PDF file to sent to your client. You don't ne...

Turning a Word document contract into a PDF
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Turning a Word document contract into a PDF provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Jess Stratton and Garrick Chow and Nick Brazzi as part of the Monday Productivity Pointers

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