Latest News, tutorials and site updates:
New* Killer App- Mac Freeware Review
Current Firmware Version: 2.2.0 **
Hack that iPhone and iTouch: Chat
iPhone:**NEW How to Unlock the iPhone 3G - Mac and Windows **
iPhone: How to Jailbreak Your 2.2.0 3G iPhone (Mac)
iPhone: How to Unlock/Jailbreak Your 2.2.0 2G iPhone Using QuickPwn (Windows)
iPhone: How to Organize Your iPhone Applications Into Folders
iPhone: How to Unlock/Jailbreak Your 2.2.0 2G iPhone (Mac) **
iPhone: How to Jailbreak Your 2.x.x 3G iPhone (Mac) [Updated]
iPhone: How to Jailbreak Your iPhone With QuickPwn [2.1 Firmware]
iPod Touch: How to Jailbreak Your 2.0.1 iPod Touch (Mac)
iPhone: How to Sync Your iPhone With Multiple Computers ( Mac and Windows)
iPhone: How to Trick Your iPhone Into Thinking Its On Wi-Fi
Sunday, February 17, 2008
One of the greatest features of Mac OS X is that it has built in support for creating PDFs. This is also useful if you want to transfer files to someone who may not have the same application installed.
To create a PDF follow these steps:
Open any document that you would like to convert to PDF. In my case I will convert a picture from Preview into a PDF document.
Select Print from your applications File menu. NOTE***: The keyboard shortcut for print is usually Command+p.
Once the Print dialog box opens, click the PDF button at the bottom left of the window.
Select Save as PDF... from the dropdown menu.
A popup window will appear asking you to name the PDF file, select its location, and fill in its attributes. In the Save As field you can enter the filename. Then enter its Title, Author, Subject and Keywords. When done click the Ok button.
Notice a PDF of your document has now been saved in the location you specified!
Posted by -Administration- at 5:59 PM