PDF and XPS formats can help keep your files’ format when you share your files with other people or print your files by using commercial methods. Examples of when to use PDF and XPS formats include resumes, legal documents, newsletters, and files intended to be read and printed.
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Learn about PDF and XPS file formats
By using an add-in, which is an extra function you download, you can convert a file, from your Microsoft Office program, into PDF or XPS formats:
Portable Document Format (PDF) preserves document formatting and enables file sharing. When the PDF format file is viewed online or printed, it retains the format that you intended. The PDF format is also useful for documents that will be reproduced by using commercial printing methods.
XML Paper Specification (XPS) is a format that preserves document formatting and enables file sharing. When the XPS file is viewed online or printed, it retains exactly the format that you intended.
Install and use the Save as PDF or XPS add-in from Microsoft
To save a file in either PDF or XPS format, you must first install the The 2007 Microsoft Office Suite Service Pack 3 (SP3) for the 2007 Microsoft Office system.
Go to the Microsoft Office Download Center and follow the instructions on that page.
After you install the service pack, you can save your file as PDF or XPS.
Try the latest version of Office
The latest version of Office makes it a breeze to create PDF or XPS files directly within the application. Just go to File > Export to create the file.