How to save multiple pages in pdf
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.

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There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.

If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.

There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.

1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .

If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.

If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.

There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.

1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .

1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.

1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .

If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.

There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.

1. Download the free “Save as PDF or XPS” add-in by going to the “Microsoft Save as PDF or XPS” page on the homepage of Microsoft Download Center.
If your PDF has multiple pages and the next signature is on a different page, click the corresponding page under the Fields section to move to that page. Again under the Tasks section, click Add New Field > Digital Signature .
There’s a section on the lower left part of the screen that pops up once you highlight a page that allows you to print or save. For most of my work, I save as a pdf. For most of my work, I save as a pdf.