How Do I Write a Macro in Ms Word with Two Buttons?

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How do I write a macro in MS Word with two buttons, clicking on first saves the document as PDF and clicking on second prints the document?

Online Document Writer PDF (.pdf) and Microsoft Word (.doc/docx) are completely separate and distinguished file formats. Simply pasting one to another would make your document look terrible and poorly formatted if that could be done. You CAN save a Word doc to PDF with Windows 10 to a print file document if you want a PDF document that anyone can read online. You will have to create a new Word document, convert your PDF to text and then combine the two for a complete report, article or story. You have not provided enough details about your writing project to provide a more accurate answer. If this is for reference, you do not need to include the PDF, just selected lines and use footnotes or end notes for source of your selected lines.

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The most helpful documents are your journal entries or the original article documents that you wish to have in PDF format. If your answer is yes then you should have been using your word apps to take pictures for your original article and have made an original PDF for it. Please provide a URL to where is your file created. Please provide more details and information about your original article, the PDF document you wish your friends to view online and the steps you took to create the PDF A PDF link does appear at the bottom of the screen when you make a copy. Please provide more details on a web page that the PDF link refers to. Please provide an attachment in either a PDF or Microsoft Word file format. If you are an individual using MS Word to create a PDF, please do not include this attachment in.