Re: PDFMaker Alternatives

Subject: Re: PDFMaker Alternatives
From: "Selvakumar T.S." <selvats -at- cadence -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 2 May 2001 13:42:42 +0000

Subject: PDFMaker alternatives

The solution is as below:

1. Open the document you want to convert in MS Word.
2. Choose Tools > Templates and Addins.
3. Add in the list of Global templates and add-ins. (You will
notice that the template is also in the same list)
4. Ensure that the check boxes next to and are
5. Click OK.
You are now ready to use PDFMaker.

The next time you want to convert a document, you need to ensure that the check box is selected in Tools > Templates and Addins.



From: "Jennifer O Neill" <jennifer -dot- oneill -at- village -dot- uunet -dot- be>
Date: Tue, 1 May 2001 15:01:18 +0200
X-Message-Number: 5

I recently asked if anyone had ideas on why I couldn't get PDFMaker to work
on my computer. I have lots of manuals that I need to make into pdfs and
don't fancy making all those TOC, page references et al links within the
docs manually. Several people answered me with lots of advice. Unfortunately
none worked. However, eventually the IT dept. found the problem: you can't
use PDFMaker unless you're logged on as an administrator (which I'm not at
work). As there's no chance of my being given this right, what plug-ins do
you recommend for Acrobat to automatically create links in pdfs? I've heard
a program by Virginia Systems. Any others? Thanks.




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