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Adobe has a "How To" guide at:
How to Create Adobe PDF eBooks Tutorial.
Hope this is of some help.
There are free and paid products "out there" that will do this task for you. Just google.
I've used a free program at pdf995.com to convert Word files to PDF's. It's very simple once you have it installed, you open your document in Word, select print, click pdf995 and your document is now a PDF.
An easy, inexpensive way is to download Open Office.
You can open your Word document, save it and print it directly to PDF format. By the way, if you don't know, Open Office is free.
Best of luck,
I second David M Allen's suggestion. Open Office is great for
converting .doc files to pdf.
I will add, however, that there's a charge for commercial
use, though it's much less than paying for Microsoft Office.
best, Rick Stooker
I agree that Open Office is a great way to convert to pdf. I have MS Office but always use Open Office for this task.
I too will be writing an eBook soon and heard a lot about Open Office. Has anyone had any experience with OO? If so, can you provide some details? Thanks!
Another vote for Open Office - free and without doubt the best way I've found to make a Word document a PDF. You might have to fiddle with the layout a tad tho.
Just like to advise that as a Virtual Assistant I create lots of ebooks on behalf of clients and have great success formating them in Word and converting with Adobe.
You can download free ebooks on various topics from http://www.free-ebook.biz