I would like one-time access to iWork (dont want to buy it)
I just want to print to pdf (or save it into Word) one document that I made during my free 30 day trial of iWork, which is now over and thus I dont have access to printing it anymore. I dont want to have to buy iWork because I dont need it. I just need to print this one document that I spent hours making!!! Please help!! Thank you! PLEASE send reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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You could try to open the file in Word. In Word, select File / Open. In the "Files of type" scroll down until you can select "Recover Text from Any File (*.*)". Then browse to your file and double-click to select it. Then click on <Open>.
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You will need Adobe Reader software to open the PDF document, download it, save it to a file in your Documents folder (I suggest you name the saved file something like LaCross Atomic Clock Manual), and print it for easy reference.
PDF format means legal form which is handled in Adobe Acrobat. You said you scanned your docs into the picture gallery, and I am hoping that you left them in the default format that your scanner uses instead of changing them to a picture format (like JPEG, or TIFF) or this may be too complicated to assist via email.
If you do not have the latest version of Adobe Acrobat & Adobe Reader, do a search on the internet and download then install them. They are free. Once the programs are installed, open Adobe Acrobat and click on "file" at the top left side of the screen and try and open one of the documents you saved in the picture gallery in the acrobate program. If they are compatible, all you have to do is rename and save the document in Adobe. To save it, after you have opened it in Adobe - click on file and then "save a copy" or "save as" and choose whatever the documents name is and .pdf at the end (save to a pdf format) and then you are done.
If the file format of the documents are not compatible and will not open and easily save in PDF format using the Acrobat, then I would suggest asking your teacher for an extension.
Unfortunately Microsoft Word nor Office isn't compatible with iPad.
The iPad does not have any built-in apps for word processing. The closest you'll get is the Notes app. However, it is possible to download word processors from the iTunes store. Notably, Apple sells the iWork Pages app.
iWork Pages is compatible with iWork '09 documents that you create on your computer. It also lets you open and edit Microsoft Word documents. The program saves (and lets you share) documents in Pages, Word (.DOC) and PDF formats.
Sharing/Exporting as a word document causes the file to be converted. Certain elements may change on your file and unfortunatly there isn't much you can do to prevent this.
If you want your document to look exactly the same on a PC, Share/Export as a PDF document. You can view and print the file on a PC but it can not be edited.
it's just simple...save the pics from XL to you desktop....insert them on to word and save them as pdf...or if you have Acrobat full installed then just give the print command in Word and chose Adobe PDF writer as the printer, also Check Box(Tickmark) the View PDF File when the print / save option window pops up....
u r done....
The most basic function
of MS Word is to create a document/file. Once a document has been created,
the user may enter data - for example by typing some text. At any point
after the document has been created, the user is allowed to save the contents.
The document can then be accessed at a later time and modified as necessary.
Documents can be printed out at any stage in this process.
any scanner, indeed any document, picture format can be saved as pdf. i would suggest first scanning the document as text (for example to words, or openoffice or indeed whatever you use as your document management program) and then port it (sort of print operation) to any free available "translator" program which allow you to save file as pdf. alternatively you can scan your document as jpeg and then save it as pdf, but this tend to produce very messy outlook and results are usually horrible.
PDF (Acrobat) files are a great way to make sure documents are viewed with the correct layout and fonts - even when the recipients don't have the program you used to create the documents. It's also a format that is viewable across multiple platforms. In order to create a PDF file in Windows you need to be using Adobe Acrobat Distiller.
Open the file you want to make into a PDF.
Choose File, then Print.
Use the PDFwriter option when printing from a word-processing application: Choose PDFwriter from the Name pull-down menu in the Print dialog box. Fill in the document information, then click Save.
Use Acrobat Distiller option when printing from a page layout or design program: Choose Acrobat Distiller from the Name pull-down menu in the Print dialog box. Fill in the document information, then click Save.