Using one report and exporting to individual PDF files

I am not that familiar with Access; however, I have managed to set up my tables, queries and reports.

The report contains expenditures which are grouped by Approver.

What I need to do is create multiple PDF files (could be some other format) that can be emailed to each approver.

I have seen this question on multiple forums, but no answers.

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