To save a document as a PDF file
Publish to PDF.
2. From the
PDF style list box, choose one of
• PDF for document distribution
— creates a PDF file that can be printed on a laser or desktop
printer and is suitable for general document delivery. This style
enables JPEG bitmap image compression and
can include bookmarks and hyperlinks.
• PDF for editing — creates a high-quality PDF
file intended to be sent to a printer or digital copier. This style
enables LZW compression, embeds fonts, and includes
hyperlinks, bookmarks, and thumbnails. It
displays the PDF file with all the fonts, with all of the images at
full resolution, and with hyperlinks, so that you can edit the
file at a later date.
• PDF for prepress
— enables ZIP bitmap image compression, embeds fonts, and preserves
spot color options best designed for high-end quality printing.
service bureau for their preferred
• PDF for the Web
— creates a PDF file intended for online viewing, such as a PDF
file to be distributed by e-mail or published on the Web. This style
bitmap image compression, compresses text,
and includes hyperlinks.
• PDF/X-1a — enables ZIP bitmap image
compression, converts all objects to CMYK, and preserves spot color
options. This style contains the basic settings for
prepress and is the standard format for ad
— This style is a superset of
PDF/X-1a. It allows both CMYK and non-CMYK data (such as Lab or
Grayscale) in the PDF file.
3. Locate the folder in which you want to save
4. Type a filename in the
File name box.