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Old 06-06-2011, 07:53 PM   #1
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Question Journal to PDF?

Call me dense, but how do I convert my journal entries to PDF? I have heard it is possible but can't seem to make it happen!
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open the journal you want to save as a pdf, then tap menu, then tap file, then tap either save as pdf or email as pdf depending on what you want to do(I think you need to use another program to actually email the pdf though, should you choose that option, it just places the file in an email attachments folder).

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