In this tutorial, learn how to create PDF by converting Word to PDF, Excel to PDF and PowerPoint to PDF with the Word to PDF Converter in Acrobat XI, so you can share files that look the same no matter what device they are viewed on.
Steve Gottwals September 6, 2012
You probably spend a significant amount of time creating files in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. If you share those files with others, you need them to look exactly like they did when you created them. Acrobat XI can help you with that. Here I have a document opened in Microsoft Word. I can click on the Acrobat ribbon and I virtually get the same effect if I do this in Excel or PowerPoint. I can create a PDF, I can create a PDF and attach it to an email. I can create one and send it for review. And with Acrobat Pro I can create a PDF and run a specific set of actions on it. So let's create a PDF, and save it. Only Acrobat XI ensures that your document remains intact. Whether your recipients are viewing the file on a computer or a mobile device, you can be confident that everyone experiences the document the same way as you intended.
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