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Convert Your Documents to PDF or XPS with 2007 Microsoft Office Programs


How to Download and Use Publish as PDF or XPS Add-in for the 2007 Microsoft Office System




If you are using the 2007 Microsoft Office system, you may have noticed that there is no built-in option to save or export your documents as PDF (Portable Document Format) or XPS (XML Paper Specification) files. These file formats are very popular and useful for sharing, printing, and viewing documents across different devices and platforms. They also preserve the formatting, fonts, metadata, and hyperlinks of your documents, unlike some other file formats.


Fortunately, there is a way to add this functionality to your Office programs. You can download and install a free add-in from Microsoft that allows you to export and save your documents as PDF or XPS files in eight 2007 Microsoft Office programs. The add-in also lets you send your documents as e-mail attachments in PDF or XPS formats in a subset of these programs.




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In this article, we will show you how to download and use this add-in, as well as some of its benefits and alternatives.


Downloading the Add-in




The first step is to download the add-in from the official website. Here are the steps:


  • Go to and click the Download button.



  • Save the file (SaveAsPDFandXPS.exe) to your hard disk.



  • Double-click the file on your hard disk to start the setup program.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.



The add-in works with the following Office programs:


  • Microsoft Office Access 2007



  • Microsoft Office Excel 2007



  • Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007



  • Microsoft Office OneNote 2007



  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007



  • Microsoft Office Publisher 2007



  • Microsoft Office Visio 2007



  • Microsoft Office Word 2007



Using the Add-in




The next step is to use the add-in to save or export your documents as PDF or XPS files. Here are the steps:


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  • Open the Office program that you want to use and click the Office button in the upper-left corner.



  • Hover over Save As and click PDF or XPS.



  • Choose a file name, a save as type (PDF or XPS), and a location for your file.



  • Click Options and select the publish option that suits your needs. You can choose to publish the entire document, a selection, or specific pages. You can also choose to optimize the file for standard or minimum size, or to include document properties, bookmarks, comments, or hidden text.



  • Click OK and then Publish.



If you want to send your document as an e-mail attachment in PDF or XPS format, you can do so in the following Office programs:


  • Microsoft Office Excel 2007



  • Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007



  • Microsoft Office Word 2007



The steps are similar to the ones above, except that instead of clicking Save As, you click Send and then E-mail as PDF or E-mail as XPS.


Benefits of the Add-in




The add-in has several benefits that make it a useful tool for anyone who uses the 2007 Microsoft Office system. Here are some of them:


  • You can export and save your documents in PDF or XPS formats, which are widely used and compatible with many devices and platforms. This means that you can share your documents with anyone who has a PDF or XPS reader, regardless of their operating system or software version.



  • You can send your documents as e-mail attachments in PDF or XPS formats, which are more secure and reliable than other formats. PDF and XPS files are designed to provide read-only and high-quality documents that cannot be easily modified or corrupted by viruses or malware.



  • You can preserve the formatting, fonts, metadata, and hyperlinks of your documents in PDF or XPS formats, which are important for maintaining the appearance and functionality of your documents. PDF and XPS files also support compression, encryption, digital signatures, and accessibility features.



Alternatives to the Add-in




If you don't want to use the add-in for some reason, you have some other options to convert your documents to PDF or XPS formats. Here are some of them:


  • You can use online converters or third-party software to convert your documents to PDF or XPS formats. However, these may have some limitations or risks, such as file size restrictions, quality loss, privacy issues, or malware infection.



  • You can use newer versions of Office that have built-in features to save or export your documents to PDF or XPS formats. However, these may not be compatible with older versions of Office or other programs that use different file formats.



Conclusion




The Publish as PDF or XPS add-in for the 2007 Microsoft Office system is a free and easy way to save or export your documents as PDF or XPS files in eight Office programs. It also allows you to send your documents as e-mail attachments in these formats in three Office programs. The add-in has many benefits, such as compatibility, security, and quality preservation. The add-in has some alternatives, but they may not be as convenient or reliable as the add-in.


If you are using the 2007 Microsoft Office system and you want to save or export your documents as PDF or XPS files, download the add-in today and enjoy its benefits.


Frequently Asked Questions




  • What is the difference between PDF and XPS formats?



PDF and XPS are both file formats that preserve the formatting, fonts, metadata, and hyperlinks of documents. They are both widely used and compatible with many devices and platforms. However, they have some differences in terms of features and functionality. For example:


  • PDF is more popular and supported by more programs than XPS.



  • XPS is more lightweight and faster than PDF.



  • PDF supports more compression, encryption, digital signatures, and accessibility features than XPS.



  • XPS supports more vector graphics, transparency effects, and printing features than PDF.



  • How do I uninstall the add-in?



If you want to uninstall the add-in from your computer, you can do so by following these steps:


  • Click Start and then Control Panel.



  • Click Programs and then Programs and Features.



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