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Name: Ehssan G.
Status: Student
Age: 30s
Location: N/A
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Date: December 2002


Question:
How I can save a .doc file as a .pdf file? Can I do it with Adobe Acrobat reader version 5 or lower?



Replies:
Ehssan,

To do this, Adobe requires that you purchase Adobe Acrobat. This is not to be confused with Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is the free, downloadable version. The last time I purchased a copy, I think it was about $250. You may want to check with a Kinkos in your area. Sometimes they have computers with various Publications software such as Acrobat, and they charge a small fee to use the computer. It would be a cheaper way of accomplishing the same task. I hope this helps!

Nick Hitchcock


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