MS Word 2007 to PDF – How to Convert Office 2007 Documents to PDF & XPS for Free

If you have the latest version of MS Office, you should not bother about the below steps. The latest versions have the built-in tools to convert most of the Office documents such as Word, Excel, and Powerpoint to PDF file format without any additional installation. For some reasons, if you still have the MS Office 2007 on your old computer Vista or XP or even Windows 7, then this article going to be very useful. Are you looking for a software to convert your Microsoft office 2007 documents such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint slides to PDF and XPS file formats for free? Mostly, people will end up trying some trial software or paid 3rd party software.

“Save as PDF” is a simple and free Office Add-in from Microsoft to convert Office 2007 documents to PDF easily.  This free tool can convert Word 2007, Excel 2007 and PowerPoint 2007 documents PDF and XPS file formats. This works as an add-in with office 2007, and you don’t need to open your office 2007 documents in different software to convert. Just use it from the same Office 2007 menu bar. It’s easy to use and reliable because it’s from Microsoft.

Download and Install Save as PDF to Convert Office 2007 Doc to PDF

Name of the tools is ‘Save as PDF’ and download Save as PDF from Microsoft.

Installation is easy, just run the setup. Make sure you have admin rights to do the installation.

Don’t look for any new programs under the program files. The office 2007 to PDF and XPS conversion tool will appear as one of the save as option in the Word, Excel or Powerpoint 2007 menu as shown below.

Convert Office 2007 Documents

You can open and convert any of the MS Word 2007, Excel and Powerpoint documents to PDF file format with this easy tool. It will create a PDF or XPS file on the location you select.

Convert Office 2007 Documents

Hope this simple guide is useful in converting the older version of Office 2007 files to PDF on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.

Dinesh is the founder of Sysprobs and written more than 400 articles. Enthusiast in Microsoft and cloud technologies with more than 15 years of IT experience.

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