Sunday, January 23, 2011

How To Create a PDF in Mac OS X Leopard

Do you want to create a PDF in Mac OS X Leopard? As we know Mac OS X Leopard comes with built in support for creating PDFs which is one of its great features. If you don’t know how to create a PDF in Mac OS X Leopard then simply follow the step by step instructions posted below using which you will be able to create a PDF in Mac OS X. Now follow the steps carefully.


STEP 1. First you have to open any document that you would like to convert to PDF.
STEP 2. From your applications File menu you have to choose Print or you can use “Command+p” to print.
STEP 3. Now you have to click PDF button after the Print dialog box opens.
STEP 4. From the dropdown menu simply select Save as PDF.
 STEP 5. Now simply name the PDF file, then select its location. You can enter filename in the Save As field. Now enter Title, Author, Subject and Keywords. after that simply click ok button.
STEP 6. Now you can find a PDF of your document has been saved in the location specified by you.
 That’s it. In this way you can create a PDF in Mac OS X Leopard. If you found any difficulty in following the above steps then feel free to ask in the comment section below. [Via]


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