Transform your presentation into a PDF handout

Finkelstein, Ellen
November 2009
Inside Microsoft Office (15506622);Nov2009, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p9
The article offers information on how to transform the presentation to a Portable Document Format (PDF) handout. It notes that to send a presentation to word, saving the presentation first must be considered and choose File, send to Microsoft Office Word in the menu bar, then chose Publish. An overview of the Microsoft Office dialog box is presented.


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