No Need of Word to PDF Converter Software – There is no doubt that PDF files are the most commonly used extensions for documents. Most of the business and other work done is on Word, but transferred in PDF format. There are many software’s available that can help you Convert Word Files into PDF Files. But PDF Files are larger in size than word files and to compress PDF file size you can use PDF Compressor and can also Read Top 5 Online PDF Compressor with comparative analysis. Microsoft has explained in a very nice and easy way about what is PDF format?
[sws_grey_box box_size=”600″] Portable Document Format (PDF) – PDF preserves document formatting and enables file sharing. When the PDF format file is viewed online or printed, it retains the format that you intended. The PDF format is also useful for documents that will be reproduced using commercial printing methods. PDF is accepted as a valid format to many agencies and organizations, and viewers are available on a wider variety of platforms than XPS [/sws_grey_box]
PDF Files are also used in Job industry where you have to send the Resume in PDF Format. Read How to create Online Resume and Download as PDF. In this post I am going to tell you the top 3 reasons why you won’t need any software, tool to convert word files into pdf files.
Reason 1 – Microsoft Office Add-in to Save Word Files as PDF
Well if Microsoft Office itself provides facility to convert/save Word Files into PDF files, then there is no need to use any external software. In some of the MS Office version you won’t observe the save as PDF option while saving the file but you can get it for free. To download and install Microsoft Save as PDF Add-in for Office 2007 visit here. You don’t need to install extra add-in for office 2010 and 2013 as they come prebuilt with the Save as PDF option. To Convert Word file into PDF after installing the add-in, you have to select the option during file saving as shown in the figure below.
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Reason 2 – Online Word to PDF Converters
There are lots of online word to pdf converter websites that can easily convert your .doc and .docx files. The benefit of using them is that you don’t have to download and install any extra software into your system. Top 5 Online Word to PDF Converter are as follows:
Reason 3 – Cloud Storage offers Word to PDF Conversion
Use of Cloud Storage is increasing say by day. People are starting to use Cloud Storage such as Box, Dropbox, and Skydrive etc. To store their personal and confidential data. Now with the increase use of Cloud Storage many web services emerge that offers to automatically convert Upload Files into the format of your choice. In the tutorial shown below I have used Dropbox as the cloud storage for demo. You can use the same on Box and Google Drive also.
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Navigate to WappWolf Automator and Click on Try now button. From the Pop up click on connect ‘Connect Dropbox’ to Login to your Dropbox to connect wappwolf.
On the next window it will ask you to give permission for accessing of entire Dropbox. Click on Allow button to proceed further
Name the folder that you want to use for storing of converting files. In the example I have used ‘PDF Files’ as folder name.
Finally you have to select the option, like I have chosen Convert it to PDF as the post is about Word to PDF Converter. Now the thing is everything you upload your file into PDF files folder mentioned in the earlier step the file will get automatically converted to PDF.
These are the 3 Reasons which makes you don’t use any software or tool to Convert Word Files into PDF Files. I recommend you all to go for Microsoft Add-in for Save as PDF as it will convert the files quickly and with exact same formatting.
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