You may have to save a Flash file in the form of a PDF so that you can send the file via electronic mail or insert it into a big PDF document. However, you do not have the ability to just click a Flash file with your mouse and store it as a document. If you know how to navigate with your online browser or understand the proper keys to press in Flash, you can save a Flash file as a PDF.
Via a Browser
Right-click your Flash file. Adjust the settings to the level of "High." Click "Zoom In" and place the image in the location that you desire to change to a PDF.
Right-click the image and choose the "Print" function. Print the image with the use of a postscript printer that you can install from Adobe.com (see Resources). Give the file a title and place a .ps at the end of the file. Modify your .ps file to PDF format with the use of Adobe Acrobat.
Store the image in PDF format if you have Adobe Photoshop. This enables you to create a document that contains very poor resolution compared to that of a postscript printer.
Open the Flash file with which you want to work and adjust it to the frame you plan to save as a PDF.
Click "Print." Select the postscript printer you plan to use and proceed to print the file. Title the document and insert .ps at the end of your file.
Change your .ps image to a PDF document with Adobe Acrobat.