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Microsoft Word is a word processor with excellent layout options. However, the app focuses on text composition and cannot be used easily to design posters or layouts for applications. For these purposes, we have a user-friendly application from Microsoft called Microsoft Publisher. This excellent application lets its users design layouts for various items – magazine covers, greeting cards, newsletters, certificates, and any other printing publications. There are many already existing templates within the app to help you get started.

There is only a slight problem with the app – its output format. Microsoft Publisher saves your layouts in the PUB file format by default. This file format is not widely supported and you usually cannot share it with friends who do not have Publisher installed. Fortunately, there is a tool that solves this sharing problem by converting the PUB files into PDF; this tool is called Publisher to PDF Free Online.

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Publisher to PDF Free Online is a free to use online application that helps you convert PUB files into the more accessible PDF documents. To get started on the website, you need not create any new accounts; all you have to do is browse over to the PUB file stored on your computer and provide your email address. The PUB file is uploaded and the PDF is generated by the website. You are given a Success message which indicates the completion of the process.

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The PDF’s link is emailed to you. You then click on this link to be taken to a page where you download the PDF and optionally spread the word about the website. The download link is valid for 24 hours.



  • A user-friendly web app.
  • Converts PUB files to PDF documents.
  • Emails you the download link for converted PDF.
  • Downloads links are valid for 24 hours.

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  1. David Albee
    April 10, 2013 at 8:38 pm

    srsly? just print to pdf...

  2. Keith Swartz
    February 15, 2013 at 8:40 am