|09 Jul 2012||#1|
Is not Word Pad a default addition to Win 7?
Because of the price we use AOOo3.4 instead of Word. But, many other users/people we send to can't read that format when they open 3.4.
I had thought that there was a .pdf feature with 3.4, but can not find it.
My only alternative is Word Pad (WP), but I cannot find that either even though I seen to remember it was included in Win 7, but can not find it now.
Does any one think that it may have been un-installed through some fluke?
I would have no trepidation installing WP if I have to...
I do have Adobe reader, and I am going to try copying the Aoo file into it to see if I can create a .pdf file.
Time marches on.........................
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|10 Jul 2012||#3|
I looked a little closer at AOOo's file save capabilities, and found a Export as PDF function, and was able to save the file as a .pdf.
The only thing about this though is where it saved it:
The way I found it was typing the file name into the Start/Search box, right clicking the file, and used the Open file location feature, and it opened in Adobe Reader X .
When the recipient emailed me back I attached both the WP, and PDF to the reply, and that worked, and he was able to open both those files.
By the way, WP saved the file as a .docx file type
A little redundant yes, but he never told me what he was using to open an attached text file on his machine.
Marking this one solved.
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