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    saving multiple file types as one PDF in Office 2010?

    Hello,

    I was just wondering if you can save multiple file types (excel, pdf, word, etc.) into one pdf document in Word 2010. I know you can save any office file in 2010 as a PDF, but I want to be able to save multiple files as one PDF. We used the free PDFcreator to do this before but since we are removing PDFCreator from the enterprise I was wondering if we could do this in Office 2010.

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    trinh4life

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    Except for insofar as you can insert, say, an Excel worksheet in a Word document before saving, no.
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    Paul Edstein
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    If you have Acrobat you can do this. I am sure a number of other PDF creation tools will do the same. Office does not have this built-in. You can, however, combine things in a note created by OneNote and print that as pdf.
    Charles Kyle Kenyon
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    Thanks for your suggestion. The OneNote is a great suggestion and I did try that.

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