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Print to PDF.

Choose Adobe PDF as your printer.

If you already know how to create a PDF document. With Acrobat DC PDF converter, printing to PDF really is that simple.

Just select Print to create a PDF

Just select Print to create a PDF.

In applications with a Print option, you can choose Adobe PDF from the list of printer choices. Then when you hit Print, you’ll create and save a high-quality PDF file instead of a printout. 

What you send is what they’ll see

What you send is what they’ll see.

When you use Acrobat PDF to print a document to PDF, people will see the file just the way you sent it — whether they’re viewing it on a computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Do more with your file

Do more with your files.

Unlike paper printouts, you can send PDF documents for review and collect everyone's comments in one place. PDFs are also easier to store and search. And because you can protect them, PDF files are more secure than paper or other file formats.

Create PDFs from Office with Adobe’s Word to PDF converter

Create PDFs from Microsoft Office.

Convert Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint documents to PDFs of the highest quality. They're easy to share, merge, and annotate, and they look right on any screen. 

How-to guide


How to print to PDF in Windows:

  1. Open a file in a Windows application.

  2. Choose File > Print.

  3. Choose Adobe PDF as the printer in the Print dialog box.

  4. Click Print.

  5. Click OK, name the PDF file, and save it in a desired location.

Choose the Acrobat DC plan that works for you.

Acrobat Standard DC

Reliably create, edit, and sign PDFs.

For Windows only.

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12
. 99

/mo

US$12.99

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Acrobat Pro DC

The complete PDF solution for any device.

For Windows and Mac.

US$
14
. 99

/mo

US$14.99

Requires annual commitment


 

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