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Word Processor documents are for authoring, PDF documents are for sharing…

27 Jun 2007 | | 3 Comments

Word processor documents are for authoring, PDF documents are for sharing. It’s a fairly simple concept, to which even the developers of these Word Processors have cottoned on to. Yet there are still users who insist on sharing their Word processor documents with colleagues, colleagues who do not need to make changes to the document and are only reviewing them, in this authoring format, instead of converting these document into a file sharing format, like PDF.

Is there really any excuse for this given that most decent Word Processors include support for export to PDF? Here is three well known Word Processors that support this much valued functionality.

  • Microsoft Office 2007. Microsoft could not deny their customers this functionality any longer, for the latest version of , you can download a Save as PDF plug-in here.
  • OpenOffice.org 2. The latest versions of OpenOffice come with Publish to PDF functionality built in. Plus the whole application is free.
  • Google Docs & Spreadsheets.Never one to miss a beat Google know what users want and have included a Export to PDF function in their online and free, Word Processor.

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