1. Open Office
This is free software which you can download online. The Office Suite Open Office includes a PDF conversion function within its Writer software. If you want security restrictions like password protection and printing restrictions on your eBook, this is available through security tab where you can select password encryption, extractions of information and printing restrictions. All Open Office applications include this one-click button PDF format conversion functionality.
2. Microsoft Word
The latest version of MS Office have a PDF plug-in which works great for converting Word into PDF file. Simply "save as" file as XPS plug-in or PDF. If this is the first conversion you've done, you'll need to download a plug-in. But once downloaded, you'll be able to convert the next plug-in in no time. But unlike OpenOffice, MS PDF converter doesn't include password encryption or printing security options.
3. Without MS PDF Plugin or Open Office
For those who can't or don't use MS or Open Office applications, there are some freeware applications for PDF conversion. Make sure that the program doesn't include its own advertising blurbs though. Secondly, ensure that it processes links from any URLs from your eBook. Fuller PDF Converter applications can be downloaded for free - but often with some limitations functionality.
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