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Macbook - my PDF maker was crashed.. HELP!!


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This afternoon I was converting some microsoft word files into pdf version. but suddenly there was an error ( i thought the word file might be damaged or something like that..), and it couldn't be converted into pdf. Then I thought i was pressing wrong button (answering "cancel" or "OK" button), and my Adobe PDF installer couldn't work.


this pdf maker is quite important for my daily business. and what should i do now? somebody please.. help me..

Thanks before. I'll appreciate any kinds of suggestion/advice/solution for my problem.

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This is more of an app question, so it'll probably be moved, but anyway....

Can you Print to PDF? In other words, instead of sending it to the printer, there should be a little PDF button on the lower left side of the print dialog. That will save it to PDF with all the formatting.
You can pretty much do that with any app you can print from.
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