Feedback from veloCITI:
Please accept my most sincerest apologies for sending such a big attachment.
I have taken all the logo’s out that made it so big and have managed to get
it down to a 47kb file. I am in the process of converting it to PDF for you
and will send it through shortly.
Once again please accept my apologies (in my eagerness to email I forgot to
check – sorry)
A quick and easy way to create PDf documents from MS word is by using the open source project PDFcreator.
PDFCreator easily creates PDFs from any Windows program. Use it like a printer in Word, StarCalc or any other Windows application.
Once installed PDFcreator acts like another installed printer when you do the File>Print thing. All you need to do is Select PDFcreator as the printer from the list of installed printers and your Word document is converted to a PDF.
If you do not use use OpenOffice yet now is a good time to inform you that there is already an Export to PDF function available. Why are you not able to export to PDF in MS Office if it is possible in OpenOffice?
Microsoft alleges that after four months of discussions to use PDF in Office 2007, Adobe has demanded its technologyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s removal. Microsoft claims that Adobe wanted Microsoft to separately offer PDF and charge for it.
Read more about PDF in MS Office here.