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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Vixely, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Vixely

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    I just want to use publisher and create documents and then transfer them to
    word and/or adobe, but I don't know how.
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  3. Brucels

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    You can download one of a number of freeware or shareware PDF makers (cute
    PDF; pdf995); once installed, they appear as a printer selection, so you are
    in effect "printing" to a PDF. Transferring from Publisher to Word involves a
    lot of cutting and pasting, so unless you need to end up with a Word doc, you
    are better off using the PDF route.

    For future reference, you might want to confirm that you are posting to the
    Microsoft Publisher discussion group. Your post showed up in the Access
    Database group.

    Hope this helps,

    "Vixely" wrote:

    > I just want to use publisher and create documents and then transfer them to
    > word and/or adobe, but I don't know how.
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