How To: Print to a PDF file in Microsoft Word for Mac 2011

Print to a PDF file in Microsoft Word for Mac 2011

Want to know how to save a Word for Mac 2011 document as a PDF file? This video will show you how it's done. Whether you're new to Microsoft's popular word processing application, new to MS Word 2011 or even an expert merely looking to brush up on the fundamentals, you're sure to be well served by this quality video tutorial from the folks at Lynda. For detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch the video.

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I have a Word document that has both vertical and horizontal formatted pages. When I print to PDF, the I get a new pdf file whenever a page orientation change is found. pages 1 to 7 are vertical, 8 to 12 are horizontal and 13 to 20 are vertical again. If I print to a file named "outtoPDF" I get 3 files named "outtoPDF", "outtoPDF2" and "outtoPDF3", the first one with pages 1 to 7, the second one with pages 8 to 12 and the third one with the remaining pages. Is there a way to get only one file with all the pages?

I know I can merge the files later. This file with 20 pages is no problem. I have several 70+ page docs, with multiple changes between horizontal and vertical that will result in 20 or more separate pdf files.

Any pointers?

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