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Subject:Question: Word OLE, Visio - to PDF? From:Cheryle Wiese <cjwiese -at- HOTMAIL -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 12 Mar 1998 14:17:13 PST
I've searched the archives but couldn't find anything that answered my
questions. I am running Office 95 on Windows 95.
I am writing a Product Guide and want to include the related Service
Agreement in the Appendix. The Service Agreement is a separate document
and is updated frequently, so I thought I would use OLE to create a link
to "an entire existing file" in my Product Guide. That way, when the SA
is updated, the version in the Product Guide will be updated too. Sounds
But - this document will be converted to .pdf for distribution via our
Intranet. (I know what the current holy war is. PDF actually works
well for our purposes. :)) Will my link stay intact after the
conversion? I am pretty inexperienced with Acrobat so please be gentle!
I would like to do the same thing with some Visio process flows.
Has anyone done OLE in Word with Visio documents? Do these convert to