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Hi everyone, my name is Kevin. Today I want to show you how you can take a Microsoft Word document and convert that into a PDF. Its really easier than you can imagine, and before we jump into it, as full disclosure, I work at Microsoft as a full-time employee. All right, well lets jump into it. Here I am on my desktop and what Im going to do is Im going to open up Microsoft Word. So here I am in Word, and I have a just kind of a quick Word document that I pulled together. Its a resume. The picture doesnt match me, but it has my name on the resume, so thats a little awkward, but whatever. So, heres my name and I put down my title, so I said You Tube superstar and maybe not quite but maybe someday Ill get there. And so, this is my Word document. Its just a traditional Word document. I can make any type of modifications in here, so just the standard document, and what I want to do is I want to take this Word document and I want to convert that into a PDF.