Mar 21, 2007

Save as PDF or XPS in Microsoft Office 2007

Because of some legal reasons, Microsoft wasn't able to include the "Save as PDF" feature in the new Office 2007 suite but you can download it for free from this link.

It also gives you the ability to save as an XPS document - which is Microsoft's version of a PDF-type document.

  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003; Windows XP Service Pack 2
  • This download works with the following Office programs:
    • Microsoft Office Access 2007
    • Microsoft Office Excel 2007
    • Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007
    • Microsoft Office OneNote 2007
    • Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
    • Microsoft Office Publisher 2007
    • Microsoft Office Visio 2007
    • Microsoft Office Word 2007


Anonymous said...

Do you know whether the Word 2007 "save as pdf" function converts a Word Table of Contents, where the TOC is based on headings used in the document, and maintains the TOC hyperlinks in the resulting PDF?


Simon Lester
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Anonymous said...

In response to Simon Lester:

Yes it does retain the hyperlinks in the TOC in the resulting PDF file.

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