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Subject:Re: MS Project to PDF From:David A Lapierre <lapierre -at- MEDIAONE -dot- NET> Date:Tue, 12 May 1998 19:50:02 -0400
Printing to a file is more dependent on your printer than your application.
Select Print and look at your print(er) settings and the "print to file"
option. When you type in the output filename, make sure you type in the .ps
extension (especially if on a PC). (the default extension is .prn - for
whatever reason - even with a postscript printer.)
Hope this helps!
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> [mailto:TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU]On Behalf Of Pilipovich, Kathleen
> Sent: Tuesday, May 12, 1998 3:29 PM
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> Subject: MS Project to PDF
> I have a large MS Project file that I need to
> convert to PDF to post on out intranet. Project
> does not have a print to file option so that I can
> print to PS and convert to PDF. I searched the
> help in MS Project and came up empty handed.
> Any suggestions?
> Kathy Pilipovich
> United Space Alliance
> Kathleen -dot- Pilipovich-1 -at- ksc -dot- nasa -dot- gov