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Create PDF-documents from MicrosoftWord

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I am looking for a VBA routine that can create a PDF document from a Word-document (file). I have had this routine before in MS Access, that creates a PDF-document (through SnapShot Image - see www.lebans.com.

Does anyone have something similar that works with Word-documents?
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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With WD2010

You can use

ActiveDocument.SaveAs2 "C:\myDocs\MyDoc.pdf", wdFormatPDF

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Perfect :)
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