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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?

If you can print or save the document as a Word file, you should have the option to print or save it as a PDF file. (You might need to install a free app to save it as a PDF.) Press Ctrl + P to print the document, and then select your PDF printer. Instead of printing your document on paper, it will save it as a PDF. (In earlier Word versions, I was able to save it as a PDF, instead of printing it as a PDF, but the net result was the same thing.) Here are some of my favorite shortcuts, since the comments have touched on these. Ctrl + A = all (select all) Ctrl + B = bold Ctrl + C = copy Ctrl + E = center (to center a paragraph) T couldn’t use “C,” because it was already assigned. Ctrl + F = find Ctrl + G = go to Ctrl + I = italics Ctrl + L = left (to left-justify a paragraph) Ctrl + P = print Ctrl + R = right (to right-justify a paragraph) Ctrl + U = underline Ctrl + V = paste Ctrl + X = cut Ctrl = Z = reverse the last thing you wrote, usually letter by letter, or word by word Ctrl + G (“Go To”) brings up this set of choices so you can go to a specific page, section, comment, footnote, etc. Select the “Go to” tab. Ctrl + F (“Find”) brings up the Navigation screen or the “Find and Replace” screen. Select the “Find” tab to find a particular word or “Replace” to find a particular word and replace it with something else.

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On the top right (next to the “ Go To” and “ Undo” buttons) is the Find dialog. The default is the “ Find” panel. If you want to search across a page, press and hold Ctrl and select a word. (It will highlight the word you just selected.) Press Alt + Up or Down to go to the next/previous page, or click and hold and press Ctrl + Up and down. When you're ready to find a particular word, press and hold Ctrl and select the letter or word you want; then press Alt + Up or Down. If you need to add an item to your find and replace list, just press the “ New“ button on the top right, and then press the “ Find” key next to the word. Press the “ Find” button next to the word or add the.

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