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Hi :)  
Another way, but i think this is only on Gnu&Linux (such as Ubuntu, Mageia, Mint, OpenSUSE, Redhat, 
Chrome etc) 

File - Print - "Print to file"

this way embeds all the fonts and stuff into the Pdf image.  It's a bit more awkward because you 
have to play around with the different tabs in the printer dialogue-box.  Anne's method is the one 
i usually go for

File - "Export as Pdf"

This way gives you tons more options such as how much compression and what type, whether to add 
PDF/A1 to help people with screen-readers be able to read the document more easily.  It even gives 
an option of adding the .odt into the Pdf so that LibreOffice users can edit the file more easily.  
Non-LibreOffice users just don't see the editable file hidden  inside.  

Regards from  
Tom :)  

From: anne-ology <>
To: Daulat Raikar <> 
Sent: Tuesday, 14 May 2013, 16:34
Subject: re. doc to pdf

          to do so: 
            when you open the document, go to the files at the top -->
            go down list to convert to ...  -->
            one of the options is PDF files;
              clicking on this will cause a block to appear asking where you desire to save this 
document -
                choose the location, and click ok.

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Is it possible for a document to be converted to PDF format?

Daulat Raikar 

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