Create eBooks from Microsoft Word version 2002, Microsoft Word version 2003 and Microsoft Word version 2007 files at the click of a button. Microsoft Word is easy to use software and you can create PDF documents from Microsoft Word files. You will have to download add-ins for that. ‘The Read in Microsoft Reader (RMR) add-in’ for Microsoft Word enables you to convert Word document into a Microsoft Reader format eBook in just a few simple steps by using Microsoft Word 2002 and 2003. ‘Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS’ is add-in for Microsoft Word 2007 that can create PDF from word document.
Create eBook from Microsoft Word 2002 or 2003
Download Read in Microsoft Reader add-in. Make sure Microsoft Office is closed. During the installation of the Read in Microsoft Reader add-in, you may be prompted to restart your PC. Be sure to do so. After the restart, the installation will continue. Start Microsoft Word, after you reboot your computer. You will see a Microsoft Reader icon on the Word toolbar and a Read command on the File menu. After opening a document in Word, use either of these options to convert to Microsoft Reader format.
This program includes custom cover graphics. The Cover Graphics dialog lets you preview and specify custom cover graphics for your eBooks. Convert your formatting with the click of a mouse. When the “Convert to Microsoft Reader Formatting” box is checked, Word will remove formatting that conflicts with Microsoft Reader defaults. Formatting mode converts only those styles that are supported by Microsoft Reader default settings. When you leave the “Convert to Microsoft Reader Formatting” box checked, RMR will only convert Microsoft Reader-supported formatting and HTML. The resulting file may be smaller, and will display better in Microsoft Reader.
Create eBook from Microsoft Word 2007
Download 2007 Microsoft Office Add-in: Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS. This add-in allows you to export and save to the PDF and XPS formats in eight 2007 Microsoft Office programs. Make sure Microsoft Office is not running. Install the program. Now start Microsoft Word and create any document. Go to office button > save as > PDF or XPS as shown in the image below.
In Microsoft Office 2010, this feature is built-in and you just have to click save as to convert Microsoft Office document into PDF.
Click File > Share.
From the Share menu, click Create PDF/XPS Document.
On the right-side click Create a PDF/XPS.