Question about Adobe Computers & Internet
I have a PC that I convert Word docs to pdf files to save for future publications at my work. One day when I was in Word I clicked the Adobe icon in the upper left hand corner of the tool bar and it stopped the normal coversion and asked if I would like to run this in repair mode. I clicked no and the process stopped. I then tryed again and clicked yes to run in repair mod. It did not save it in the file selected. I unistalled the program and reinstalled it. No change. I put in the install disk and ran the repair mode. No change.
1st Way is If the file is 2003, firstly open the file that you want to convert, and then File, Print and Choose the PDF printer is OK.
2nd Way is save as the 2003 file to 2007 file format and then you can convert to pdf in just clicking right click in explorer and choose convert to pdf.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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