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I wanted to know how to convert VCE files into PDF?
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Step 1 Open VCE file you want to convert in Visual CertExam design mode. VCE are proprietary files, and legally, the only way to view and edit VCE files is through the Visual CertExam software.

Step 2 Click "File" > "Print" > "Print to PDF" to convert your VCE file into a PDF file.

Step 3 Rename your file so that you know which file is your PDF version. Also make sure that you are converting the file to the correct file extension. The extension of your file should end in .pdf.

Step 4Choose a location on your hard drive where you want to save your PDF file. Click "Print" to complete the conversion process.

Step 5 Open your PDF file in a PDF viewer to make sure that it has properly converted.

check that site
http://www.visualcertexam.com/
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