Can I convert my German Word document to PDF file?
I am always asked about a question about whether PDFcamp Printer can convert German documents to pdf files.I think this question will be the same question to many persons when using PDFcamp Printer.Of course,it support converting German documents to pdf filles,and not only German,other kinds of language are still supported.
Now let me show you how to do to convert German document to pdf file and I will take a word document as an example.
the original word document created in German
Step1.Press “Ctrl”+”P”and set “font embedding”in properties.You can select the font used in the original word document.But if you don’t know just like me,you can embed the whole fonts to make sure others can read the pdf file smoothly if there are not fonts used in the word in their computers.
Step2.Save and print the file and you can see the new created pdf file.
Of course the conversion is very successful due to PDFcamp Printer and it’s easy enough to learn and master.
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