Learn PowerPoint 2007: Using Adobe’s PDF Print Driver

Created: Thursday, July 2, 2009, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 8:37 am



In an earlier tutorial of this PowerPoint to PDF series, I have shown you how to use the Office 2007’s Save as PDF option, which is an easy way to convert a PowerPoint presentation to a PDF. But this option does have some limitations — primarily you can only save your slides as PDFs. You cannot save your handouts as PDFs, or print multiple slides on a single PDF page. For that, you’ll need to use Adobe’s PDF Print Driver.

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