Re: Word 2000, Acrobat 4.0, and page breaks
I've searched the archives and did not find any discussion of this.
When I put the Word 2000 document into Print Preview, I can see that I have
no widows or orphans, section headings are where they belong, etc.
When I make a PDF file, Acrobat's output is not in synch with what Word
showed me in Print Preview.
I don't see any settings in Acrobat having to do with page layout. What's
the best way to manage this problem?
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