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Topic: Links in Word do not convert to links in 7.0 PDF
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 159551
From: pegan
Date: 4/14/2007 07:40 AM

I am new to this forum, so I hope that this is not too much of a novice query.

In my work, I typically convert Word files with hyperlinks into PDF files to distribute to clients. When using Acrobat 6, I never had any problems with the links. Now that I have Acrobat 7, none of the links, including TOC links, work. I checked Adobe's TechNotes and found instructions for removing Adobe PDF from the Disabled Items list. However, that is not the problem. Adobe PDF is not on the Disabled Items list.

Does anyone have any suggestions? People are complaining about the lack of functional links in the PDF docs.

Many thanks,
Pat


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