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Saving as or converting a publication to.pdf or.xps with Publisher. From the PDF/XPS document menu, click File > Export >

Create PDF/XPS document > Create PDF/XPS. Under File name, enter a name for the publication. Select either PDF or XPS document as the Save As type. Go to Microsoft Office Publisher and go to Open File (or press Ctrl+O), browse for the publication you want and open it.

Saving as or converting a publishing to.pdf or.xps with Publisher

When you have authored a paper you want to publish to others who don't have a publisher, you can store it as a PDF (Portable Document Format) or XPS (XML Paper Specification) document. Business print shops often prefers to have a PDF document for print. Select PDF if you want to store your publications in a simple to publish and used by many business printer users.

If you want to compress your publications even more than PDF, use XPS. From the PDF/XPS file, click File > Create PDF/XPS file > Create PDF/XPS file. Under File name, enter a name for the publishing. Either PDF or XPS file as the File name. In the Publisher, click the Preferences button and browse to the best publishing method for the online or printed view of your publication:

Press OK, and then click Publishing. From the File menu, click File > File > Save/Remove > Create PDF/XPS file > Create PDF/XPS. Under File name, enter a name for the publishing. Either PDF or XPS file as the File name. In the Publisher, click the Preferences button and browse to the best publishing method for the online or printed view of your publication:

Press OK, and then click Publish. From the File pull-down the Publish as PDF or XPS menus. From the File Types dropdown lists, choose either PDF or XPS. The standard extension.pdf for.xps is used to save your publications and optimize them for high-quality print. To switch to another preference you can click Modify, which opens the Publishing Options dialogue field.

For more information about the Publishing Options dialogue field, see the See Also section. Then click Publish. You can also download the document as a.pdf by using the Download As dialogue field. The purpose of both data types is to deliver read-only files with optimum print quality. It also embeds all required scripts, stores meta data and can contain hypertext-linking.

Receivers need the appropriate viewers for the data type before they can see your data. Notice: These sizes offer others the possibility to see only your publications. You cannot change the resulting data in Publisher. Embed all required scripts into a single document before you print. Retains all meta data associated with the filename.

Offers Information Right Management so that the user can control who can open the files. Non-authorized users cannot see the XPS files. Embed all required scripts into a single document before you print. Retains all meta data associated with the filename.

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