Using charts is a great way to present a bunch of data. People evaluating the applications know that graphs show your data in a visual way. So, I don't think you need to worry about trying to fit an entire database or long data table onto one page.
As far as making a PDF goes, versions of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.) from 2007 on an save documents as PDFs. It is one of the options in the "save as file type" drop down menu in the "save as" dialog. One option (which is something I do quite frequently) is to make the one page document as a PowerPoint slide or Word document and the save it as a PDF. I find that PowerPoint is better for pages where there are more figures, photos, etc. than long chunks of text. Other office suites, such as the freely available LibreOffice, can also save documents as PDFs. LibreOffice is just one of the freely available office suites. Another option is to use one of the programs in the Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, In Design, or Acrobat) to make the one page. But, those programs are much more expensive and not as readily available.
Let me know if I can help with anything else!
All the best,