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Tech Tips for Non-Tech People!

Data Doctors Tech Tips | Ken Colburn & Brandon Disney
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Original Air Date: Sep 17, 2015

Windows 10 Print to PDF

Windows 10 has become the fastest-adopted new operating system ever with an estimated 75 million users in the first month of its release.

To put that into perspective, Windows 10 already has a 5 percent market share in one month; the entire market share for the Mac is only 7 and a half percent.

For those that have upgraded, there’s a small but helpful feature called ‘print to PDF’ which now shows up in your printer options.

A practical use for this feature is when you need to email someone a portion of a document and you want to make sure they can open it.

Rather than sending a long Word document or an entire spreadsheet, you can select what you want to send and print it to a PDF file so you can easily email it.

Think of it as a quicker way to scan and send a document!

If you’re using an older version of Windows I’ve posted a link to a free PDF printer at