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Topic: Acrobat 6 Pro changing Word Document format, shrinking?
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 119736
From: fuzztone65
Date: 10/6/2004 06:39 AM

I have a client who is attempting to create PDF's from Word 2003 docs using the "Create PDF" button in Word. The docs come out looking okay, but are slightly different in that the Acrobat version is generally a little shorter (as if page formatting or font has been changed). For example, on the first three pages of one document, the Word version has approx 2 1/4 pages of text, but the Acrobat version has gotten all the text into 2 pages and left the 3rd page blank.

I've check the Conversion Options and tried changing from Standard to High Quality, but that made no difference. Can't see that any of the other options would make much of a difference, but there are quite a few under Advanced.

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance -

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