Microsoft Office: save as PDF or XPS

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Microsoft doesn’t provide portable document format (PDF) compatibility within Office 2007 but there is a free add-in to allow Office applications to save documents as a PDF or XPS (formerly codenamed Metro) document.

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  1. Got this link from Harry’s knowledge-share. I’m a CSA in Syndey putting togeather documents for the Fujitsu Australia TRIOLE portal and this is just what I was after. Thanks!

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