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    creating pdf from word

    I have to create a pdf from micarosoft word. I have word 2002 and Acrobat 5. I opened the word document but I didnt see a button (acrobat button) where I can click to create pdf. How can I create the pdf?
    I also tried like opened acrobat distiller. Then I opened the word document and file>print. From the print dialog box I choose "Acrobat distiller" instead of a printer name. Then when I clicked on OK, it gave an errormessage saying printer is not setup.
    Can anyone give me a easy and quick way to create pdf from word?

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    There should be a button near the top of the window to convert it. There is on mine.
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    it might be the case that you only have the adobe acrobat viewer.

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    adobe has an online converter, also. you can try it for free at : http://createpdf.adobe.com/index.pl/...90.31654?BP=IE


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    Assuming you do indeed have the full acrobat writer ...

    I've found it often doesn't install the macro button; it might be related to your desktop security settings.

    But whatever ... there's a better way of addressing acrobat. Just go to File > Print, and it appears as a printer - called something like "Distiller". Print through that, set the properties you want, and it creates a PDF.


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