This video shows how to save an SPSS output file as a PDF file, which can make it much easier for double-sided duplex printing.
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Save SPSS File
SPSS Output File
Save Output as PDF
Video Transcript: In this video I'd like to take a look at how to save your output as a PDF file in SPSS. And the reason why I do this most often is I don't know about you on your printer if you've noticed this but when I print SPSS files, I often like to print duplex or two sided, double-sided output because SPSS, particularly when I'm generating a lot of analyses, it can create reams and reams of paper and I don't want to waste that paper, so I'd like to print two-sided. But when I try and print in SPSS the print dialog box it really doesn't give me a lot of options and it prints one-sided. So the way I get around that is if I go to File and then select Export, and then let's go ahead and I'll just save it to IBM and SPSS and then I'll save it to statistics. I'll go ahead and type in test file. OK and then I'm going to save that. And then what I want to do is select, All visible. This way I don't have anything that's hidden such as notes displayed. I don't want that. And then by default it shows to open the containing folder which can be helpful as its location opens up automatically, so I have to go find it if I've forgotten where I saved it. And then also notice that type we have PDF here portable document format is selected and there are other options as well. OK so then click OK. And then here this takes a minute for SPSS to generate the PDF and then I have my file here so I'll go ahead and open that up and then here we go now I have the output in a PDF file and if I print this now I can get a two-sided option. Notice the changes on my printer I get my two-sided option, I'm ready to go. OK that's it for saving an SPSS output file in PDF format. Thanks for watching.
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