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Unable to create pfd with word 2007 document

Used a newsletter template to create word document, saved as 97-2003 version. Only 2 jpg and a couple words were created in the two page pfd file. Tried numerous times

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Here are 2 methods for your reference:
1. as you are using ms word 2007, you could simply download the word add-on then save as pdf format.
Free Download the Office Add-on:
http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=7

2. use the desktop nemo word to pdf converter which could batch convert several files altogether.
Free Download the Nemo PDF:
http://www.nemopdf.com/word-to pdf.html

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That is normal, Word 2007 cannot create PDF documents, it can only save files on PDF but, being PDF non his own format, it will lose document format, and may not display pdf.

To create PDF you need the full version (not the free acrobat reader) of adobe acrobat, or a different adobe software (eg illustrator) that manages PDF.

See

Adobe Acrobat - How To Create Accessible Adobe® PDF Files Booklet

How to Create PDF Files

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Likewise, if you open a document created by someone else, the view in which they saved it will be the default for that file unless you change it and save it again.
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Right-click \"Normal.dot\" and select \"Open.\"
A new Word document will open, which is actually the default document template.

Change the view to the one you desire.
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In Word 2007 or 2010, go to the \"View\" tab and select a view.

Type something into the document and then delete it.
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http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/General/SaveViewAndZoom.htm

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Creating templates in Microsoft Word is nothing new. You can create a blank document upon which to base all you other documents. That's great when it comes to formatting. It can also help you with boilerplate text.

But, Word 2007' Quick Parts feature takes thinks up a notch. The features isn't a template. However, it lets you insert boilerplate text in any document. And, the text can be formatted to suit your document.

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