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Saving a Microsoft Publisher file as an image file
Microsofts Publisher provides you with the necessary tool to create and share your own promotional material and other documentation. Publisher stores all of its created data in PUB data formats by standard. But since not all of your company's contact information has Microsoft Publisher support, it is often an advantage to store a copy of your PUB as an image for greater interoperability.
Navigate to the place on your computer where your Microsoft Publisher files are currently stored. To open the document, double-click it. Select an imagery type from the dropdown menu under the headline "Image Types". The Publisher stores a copy of your files in the picture size you choose. When you have just generated a Publisher document and are storing it for the first timestamp, you must first store it as a PUB one.
Select the "File" register card and then click "Save". Type in a name for your Publisher document and click on "Save". Continue with the necessary actions to store your picture files. It has been released in The Gazette, DTR and ZCom. "Saving a Microsoft Publisher document as an art file."
PDF Publisher is not displayed as you expect.
In order to solve the problem, use one or more of the following method(s) that begin with method 1. Proceed with the method lists until the problem is solved. If you are using Publisher 2010, you do not need to use the third-party "Save as PDF" add-in.
If you have not already done so, specify a name for the filename in the Filename field. Click PDF (*.pdf) in the Files of Types dropdown menu. From the Publishing Options dialogue field, click the optimizer in the Specify how to print or distribute this publishing that meets the publication's requirements.
If you want to proof the PDF, for example, and you want the printout to be of higher priority than the filesize, click Produce High Definition. If you want to open the document immediately after saving it in Adobe Reader, click the Open as PDF in the Publish as PDF dialogue field to open the Open post-publish option.
Then click on Store When a certain typeface in the PDF does not look the same as on your computer monitor, try using a different typeface such as Arial or Times New Roman. To learn more about typefaces, visit: http://www.microsoft.com/typography/AboutFontsOverview.mspxMethod 4: If you are using an older Adobe Reader, please download a newer copy from the Adobe website: