It's office 2013, recently purchased as my other was 2003. It's just that when I scan there's no option to save as other than a tiff file, so what you're saying is that if I save this then to my desktop (as I do now), then go in to file & print, I can then save it as a pdf document and into my client folder. I'll go have a look at it now. Thanks.
I currently scan documents onto my desktop in TIFF format (my HP scanner has no other format), and then convert them to pdf files on a remote desktop. I will no longer have access to this soon, so will need to do this on my own desktop (windows 8).
I've seen plenty of free applications that offer to do this, but also win2pdf which charges a one off fee of £20. I also occasionally convert jpg files to pdf also.
Can anyone just advise me what's the best application to do this, I don't need it to do anything else. I'm not the best computer wise, as you may have gathered!
I'm curious - the race was officially cancelled, but did the St Johns ambulance teams stay on site if needed? I've run the race twice before, once in hot conditions, and both times they were kept busy.
I digress, but why walk when your batteries go flat? It must take absolutely ages to toddle on home when you could run (and discover the joys of running without music), or just put a couple of spare batteries in a jacket pocket.