A PDF file is used a lot more of document distribution and publishing. Since it is a lot easier to deal with than the default file formats in Office. Luckily for us, Office 2010 has conversion tools to convert your documents to PDFs. Here is how to convert Office 2010 files to PDF using the built in tools in Microsoft Office 2010.
Convert Office 2010 Files to PDF
To start converting your Office 2010 files to PDF you will need to have Office 2010 installed. You can buy yourself a copy of Microsoft Office Home & Student 2010 from here. After you have it installed you are ready to begin.
So open up either Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010 or Excel 2010 and go to the backstage. You can get to the backstage by clicking the File button at the top. From the backstage menu click the Save & Send button in the left pane. You will be taken to the Save & Send menu. From here you will see a button at the bottom in the middle pane that says Create PDF/XPS document. Click on that button. Over on the far right pan you will see another button that says Create PDF/XPS. Click on that button too.
You will see the publish as dialog box open up. Here you will have the options of converting your document to a PDF. Select the apporipate path and file name and click Publish.
When you are all done you will now have a nice PDF file from your Office document. The steps above were shown in Microsoft Word 2010 but you can follow the same steps in Excel 2010 or PowerPoint 2010. Also don’t forget that you can also print webpages as PDF using Google Chrome. So If you have an Office document online you can use Chrome to save it as a PDF.
This is how you convert Word, Excel, or PowerPoint documents to PDF. If you have another way please share in the comments below.