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Abobe Accrobat 7 does not seem to work with MS Ultimate 2007

I have tried to "pdf" a file that was created in MS WORD 2007 (saved as WORD 97/2003) and Adobe Acrobat will not convert the file. I get missing file errors.

Prior to upgrading to MS WORD 2007 (in an Ultimate package) it worked beautifully.

What can I do?

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Suggest saving the file in Word 2007 format, as 2003 product did not contain the pdf conversion utility. Otherwise, if you have the full Adobe product, you can print from either version directly into Adobe and your pdf will work properly. If you need further assistance, please post back, and if this solves it, thank you for rating FixYa!

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