Subject: Exporting to a PDF format file
PDF format files allow you to distribute your drawing to others for viewing in Adobe® Acrobat® Reader®, which is free software that users can download. PDF files can also be viewed, reviewed, and edited in Adobe® Acrobat.
You can export drawings to two-dimensional and three-dimensional PDF files.
1 Do one of the following:
• On the ribbon, choose the Application button then choose Export, or choose Output > Export.
• On the menu, choose File > Export.
• Type export and then press Enter.
2 In Save As Type, choose Portable Document Format (pdf).
3 Specify the name of the file you want to create.
4 Click Save.
5 Choose the entity-selection method, and then create a selection set that contains the entities you want to export.
6 When you have finished selecting entities, press Enter.
7 To create a 3D .pdf file instead of 2D, mark Enable Layer Support and then mark 3D PDF Export.
8 Choose additional options for how you want to export to the .pdf file. Click [?] to see details about each option.
You can also print and publish to .pdf files.
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