In this tutorial, learn how to create PDF using Acrobat XI from virtually any content including convert Word to PDF print to PDF, HTML to PDF, jpg to PDF or jpeg to PDF.
Steve Gottwals September 7, 2012
When you distribute documents you've worked hard to create, you want to know that the files will look professional and that the content and formatting will look exactly like you expect. With Acrobat XI you can quickly turn your document into a reliable PDF file that anyone with the free Adobe Reader can view. Here I am with a blog post in my browser, and I want to click convert the web page to PDF. Notice all the formatting came over, even the links. But you can also create PDF's in other ways. For instance, I can create a PDF from the scanner. Or, I can pull in a file—for instance a TIFF. In Acrobat XI the content is now editable, and I can reuse it. Any document I can print, I can turn into a PDF. For instance I can be in a simple notepad application and click file...print. Choose the Adobe PDF printer. Say print. And go ahead and save the document. With Acrobat XI you can share professional looking, high quality documents that look exactly as you intended.
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