RE: pdf nowhere to be found

Subject: RE: pdf nowhere to be found
From: "Gillespie, Stephen (Contractor)" <Stephen -dot- Gillespie -at- Persnet -dot- Navy -dot- Mil>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 08:11:29 -0500


Shannon,
no, I cannot answer your question, but I hope I'm not insulting you by
suggesting that you do a simple Explorer search for *.pdf? - that will
locate the file (all pdfs) on your box, just in case Acrobat stuck it
somewhere ... anyway, that's the first thing I would do. If it ain;t on your
machine, it was created (for SOME reason :-)

Steve Gillespie

-----Original Message-----
From: Shannon Mendez [mailto:shannonm -at- visualizeinc -dot- com]
Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2003 6:09 PM
To: TECHWR-L
Subject: pdf nowhere to be found



Does anybody know why this problem would happen?

I'm creating a .pdf document from a Word manual by using the Acrobat
"Convert to Adobe PDF" icon. When the conversion is complete, I can't find
the .pdf anywhere. It's not where I saved it. And I've done a search on my
system and can't find it elsewhere either.

Any ideas? The manual is 266 pages. Has it just gotten too large for this
conversion process?

By the way, I use this method of pdf conversion because it creates bookmarks
and links. If anyone has another solution, I'd like to hear about that too.

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