Oct 01


Microsoft publisher has been around for a long time but  it has never been able to run on Apple computers.   If you’re like me you  probably have friends who have Microsoft publisher files they occasionally email you. Sadly there is no way to open  a Microsoft publisher file on a Mac, until now…

Here are two websites that can convert Microsoft publisher files to PDF.

You can then open, read and print the pdf file on your Mac. You can even edit them.

I have tested both of these conversion sites and they both work pretty well.  They are both free.

Site one is easier, to use, just read the instructions below, but I’ve included two sites just in case one of them goes down or doesn’t work for you.


70 Responses to “How to open a Microsoft publisher file on your Macintosh”

  1. Ravi Gupta says:

    thanks, it worked but are there any alternatives for it ?

  2. Diana says:

    Worked perfectly–thank you.

  3. Shana Gilley says:

    Worked great! THANK YOU!

  4. Sue says:

    Oh many thanks!! I was pulling my hair!

  5. Adrian says:

    Brilliant. Worked a dream. Many thanks.

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