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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
Is there anything I can use to save Word files as PDF that can't be edit/changed or written to?

I ask as we have some documents to upload to a website, but need then as PDFs so people can download and view but not change then.

Not sure I can do this in Word (ie: lock a document), but would like then in PDF if at all possible.
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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1 Like #1
cute pdf or use open office
cute pdf acts as a printer. simply install and print document and select cutepdf as printer, it will then save doc as pdf and will not print it

open office allows direct saving to pdf

Edited By: gdp-it on Apr 09, 2011 22:21
#2
or just print it...............hopefully i won't be asked now to stop posting "post"too.
#3
addjon
or just print it...............hopefully i won't be asked now to stop posting "post"too.


How would printing it allow it to be uploaded to a website?
#4
Is there any point? If i download a PDF document I always convert it anyway. Wouldnt stop people from changing things.
#5
stewby
addjon
or just print it...............hopefully i won't be asked now to stop posting "post"too.


How would printing it allow it to be uploaded to a website?

scan and then as a jpeg/bmp/gif etc
#6
Just open it up in word, and save it as a PDF. simples. :)

File, Save AS.. etc

Edited By: DarrylJohn on Apr 09, 2011 22:59
#7
DarrylJohn
Just open it up in word, and save it as a PDF. simples. :)

File, Save AS.. etc

select file type..
#8
theres no option in WORD to save as PDF? :p

We only wanna up load some different version of wedding wordings (ie: what invite should say if Mum/Dad are inviting, or Bride & Groom are inviting etc) so not really an issue if we cant protect.

Any ideas if PDF is the best solution, or anyone recommend a better way.. Obviously we could just type it in html so it appears on the webpage, but you'd be scrolling for ever and ever (ahem), as there are so many different versions
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DarrylJohn
Just open it up in word, and save it as a PDF. simples. :)

File, Save AS.. etc


which version has that? 2007 hasn't
#10
2010 lets you save as PDF.
#12
Yes use the add on for saving to PDF - a quick google search will find you an online converter as well.
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Disco
theres no option in WORD to save as PDF? :p

We only wanna up load some different version of wedding wordings (ie: what invite should say if Mum/Dad are inviting, or Bride & Groom are inviting etc) so not really an issue if we cant protect.

Any ideas if PDF is the best solution, or anyone recommend a better way.. Obviously we could just type it in html so it appears on the webpage, but you'd be scrolling for ever and ever (ahem), as there are so many different versions


Just use CutePDF.
#14
Using 2003 (best version in imo - cant getaway with 2007/10)
#16
cheers
#17
Mine must have automatically downloaded the addon.

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