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Top Way to Convert Word to PDF on Mac

Simple Steps to Convert Word to PDF on Mac

1. Download PDFelement for Mac free

2. Convert a Word Document to a PDF

3. Convert Multiple Word Documents to PDF on Mac

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Portable Document Format (PDF) has become the mainstay for exchanging and preserving digital documents for organizations, institutions, individuals and businesses. Some of its winning qualities include enhanced security, better stability, a more professional layout, the ability to be read by a very large number of PDF software and greater ease of sharing over email or cloud storage services such as Dropbox and Google Drive.

However, while the capacity to actually create PDF documents has developed somewhat in tandem with the rising popularity of the format, not many people have immersed themselves into learning how to do it. Now you can get a solution here. I will tell you how to convert Word to PDF on Mac.

PDFelement for Mac, an effective solution that delivers professional results, has virtually no learning curve and maximizes your productivity. With the ability to create PDF files from Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, this powerful tool will work with both new and old Microsoft Office file formats such as PPTX, PPT, DOCX, DOC, XLSX, and XLS.

Batch conversion allows you to focus on other essential activities while PDFelement for Mac does the heavy lifting for you, which will save you precious time and tons of effort. There is no limit to the number of files that you can upload. Truly it is a workhorse. To boot, it will deliver PDF documents of the highest quality – meeting ISO PDF standards, that retains the formatting of the original documents and can work with all other third-party PDF creators, readers, and editors.

How to Convert Word into PDF on Mac

To get started, download and install PDFelement for Mac. After that, launch the application and follow the steps below to create PDF from Word on Mac.

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Step 1. Convert a Word Document to a PDF on Mac

The Home window of PDFelement for Mac is one of the simplest and most ergonomic you will come across. You can either click the "Plus" icon to add a file or you can drag and drop the Word document you would like to convert to PDF onto the interface.

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Then you simply click on the "Create" button and you will receive a prompt to select the destination folder for your converted files. Navigate your Mac through the prompt's window and select the most appropriate location for your new files or create a new folder for them. Once your conversion is complete, you have the option to preview your document before existing or proceeding with the conversion of another document. Just click "Preview" on the window that appears after the conversion of your file.

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Step 2. Convert Multiple Word Documents to PDF on Mac

As mentioned before, you can also convert multiple files at the same time, avoiding a long process that would otherwise be tedious and inefficient. All you need to do is to click on the "Create PDF" icon on the top of the interface. You can also drag and drop as many individual files as you would like onto the window.

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You are allowed to arrange the documents in the order that you would love to have them converted and you can remove certain file from the list by dragging it out of the application. Once your files are added, click "Create" and you will have your converted PDFs in a short while.

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Published: Sep 13,2016 18:20 pm / Updated: Nov 15,2016 17:54 pm
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