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Cannot Create PDF from Word Document Using Adobe Professional 6.0

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I have Adobe Professional 6.0 and I used to easily be able to create a PDF from a MS Word Document. Now it doesn't work. When I select a MS Word document and 'Create PDF', it appears as it starts to work and then just stops and all I see is the Adobe PDF window again. Nothing freezes up or anything though.

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  • jimand1960 Feb 09, 2009

    Same as the problem stated. Used to be able to create *pdf from Word. But it no longer works. Also used to be able to print any document to Ppdf printer", but this also hangs.

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You can try to create PDF file directly from Microsoft Word. Adobe Acrobat Professional installs a virtual printer on your computer. Print the document from Microsoft Word, but make sure you select appropriate printer from the list. It should be called "Adobe Acrobat PDF Printer", or similar.

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Why not just directly save as PDF when using MS Word 2007 or above.

Or try the desktop tool such as Nemo PDF Converter.

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