Acrobat 7.0 professional fails to convert wors to PDF

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Usually I am using adobe acrobat professional with version 7.0 to create PDF. It was working fine. But now I cannot convert word file to PDF. Some Error  shows when I am converting

 

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Acrobat 7.0 professional fails to convert wors to PDF

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There are instances that when a user converts a word document file to PDF there would be an issue which can be caused by corrupted objects. In this case, you may have to run Open and Repair to make it work. However, I would also suggest that you go to http://www.cutepdf.com/Products/CutePDF/writer.aspto get the CutePDF Writer application to help you convert all of your word files to PDF without any further issues. It has been tried, tested, and proved a successful alley and the best thing is you can download it for free! All you need to have is the installation requirements to make it work at its best.

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Acrobat 7.0 professional fails to convert wors to PDF

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If you are using Adobe Acrobat Professional to create PDF files, you can shift to another program if it is no longer working. Try Foxit Reader. This application is great because it offers most of the features you can find in Adobe Acrobat including the ability to convert an Office Word document into PDF format.

When you install Foxit Reader, it provides you an option to also install the plug-ins for Office applications namely Microsoft Office Word, Microsoft Office Excel, and Microsoft Office PowerPoint. When you install the plug-ins for Office applications, you can directly convert the document to PDF format within the application itself. You don’t need to run the PDF program just to convert the document into PDF format.

The actual saving or conversion is done within the Office application itself. The latest version, Foxit Reader 8.2, supports Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10. Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer supported. But take note: though Microsoft Windows XP is no longer officially supported in this version, the application still works perfectly well in Windows XP.

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