PDF creation advice

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I usually make my pdfs in word then convert to pdf

challenge I have is creating these really nice looking layouts with headers, footers and table of contents, images added, etc

any advice on doing this

Are there are any templates out there?
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  • Profile picture of the author jaggyjay
    Hey Roley,

    You can still create your PDFs with those elements using Word. Just embed them on your word doc and convert to PDF as usual. As far as templates, do a search for "free templates" on G. If they are in Html, use your favorite html editor to modify or strip the code, then copy it to your word doc and convert to PDF as usual.

    • Profile picture of the author Angela V. Edwards
      Neil Tarvin offers some great templates here. These are some that I have purchased and used successfully. His "help page" tells you how to do the other stuff.

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