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Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS in Office 2002?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by GLaramee, Apr 19, 2010.

  1. GLaramee

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    Is possible Save as PDF or XPS in Micosoft Office 2002?
    If yes, do we have to installed something?

    Thank you,
     
  2. db

    db Flightless Bird

    pdf and xps formats
    are recent features to
    the newer additions of
    office.

    however, you can find
    several free pdf makers
    on the net that can make
    pdf's of your doc's.

    you might want to lookup
    such freeware as cutepdf,
    primo pdf, et al.



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    "GLaramee" <GLaramee@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:599C2BCF-9F99-4A0F-A5A5-E942CA9490C9@microsoft.com...
    > Is possible Save as PDF or XPS in Micosoft Office 2002?
    > If yes, do we have to installed something?
    >
    > Thank you,
     
  3. Steve Rindsberg

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    In article <599C2BCF-9F99-4A0F-A5A5-E942CA9490C9@microsoft.com>,
    GLaramee wrote:
    > Is possible Save as PDF or XPS in Micosoft Office 2002?
    > If yes, do we have to installed something?


    There are several free programs that allow you to make PDFs by printing
    from nearly any program; try googling for FREE PDF or similar terms.

    The Save As PDF feature appeared only in Office 2007.
     
  4. Herb Tyson [MVP]

    Herb Tyson [MVP] Flightless Bird

    Not natively. A free PDF/XPS add-in for Office 2007 exists, and no add-in is
    needed for Office 2010, which will be released shortly.

    For pre-Office 2007, for PDF files, you need some kind of a 3rd party
    product, such as PrimoPDF, PDFCreator (both of which are free) or Adobe
    Acrobat (which is not free). I don't know of any add-ins to create XPS
    files, but Google is your friend.

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    "GLaramee" <GLaramee@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:599C2BCF-9F99-4A0F-A5A5-E942CA9490C9@microsoft.com...
    > Is possible Save as PDF or XPS in Micosoft Office 2002?
    > If yes, do we have to installed something?
    >
    > Thank you,
     
  5. On Mon, 19 Apr 2010 11:27:01 -0700, GLaramee wrote:

    > Is possible Save as PDF or XPS in Micosoft Office 2002?
    > If yes, do we have to installed something?
    >
    > Thank you,


    Several have suggested there are some free utils available, but depending
    on your needs, you might consider a commercial product as well.

    It not only serves as a Microsoft Office Add-in, but can be used in other
    programs as well. Demo mode will watermark the PDFs so you can freely try
    it out to see if it meets your needs.

    Product Description - PDF-XChange Pro, MFG - Tracker Software Products Ltd
    Internet Link - http://www.docu-track.com/home/prod_user/pdfxchange_pro/

    I have used this program in the past with good results - it can operate
    standalone or as:

    MSOffice Toolbar Add-in for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Visio

    http://www.docu-track.com/mstoolbar.html

    Demo limitations of this product - "Please feel free to try any or all of
    our evaluation versions - none have any kind of time limitation or function
    restrictions, save that any documents converted to a PDF or an Imaging
    format will contain a demo stamp/watermark."

    http://www.docu-track.com/product/pdf-xchange-pro/demo_limits

    David

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  6. Steve Rindsberg

    Steve Rindsberg Flightless Bird

    In article <3358B396-76AB-474C-9C71-9A458852147A@microsoft.com>, Herb Tyson
    [MVP] wrote:
    > Not natively. A free PDF/XPS add-in for Office 2007 exists, and no add-in is
    > needed for Office 2010, which will be released shortly.


    Or for Office 2007 SP2. The SP seems to add the add-in automatically.
     

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