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Subject:Re: Making pdfs from Word From:Tom Huffman <tlhuffman -at- earthlink -dot- net> To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Fri, 21 Jul 2000 15:27:40 -0400
This method will not retain hypertext links and bookmarks. To do this you need
the full Acrobat package, which comes with a macro that creates fully linked
> Assuming you have PDFWriter installed, you need to open your document in
> Word, then under the <File> menu select the <Print> command. When the print
> dialog opens, you should be able to select Adobe PDFWriter from the <Printer
> Name> drop down near the top of the dialog box. Then click <OK>. A File
> dialog will open, and you will need to select where you want the PDF file to
> be created. Click <OK> and the file will be created.
> Dan Hall
> danhall -at- consultant -dot- com
tlhuffman -at- earthlink -dot- net