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Having an issue converting to PDF using Adobe Professional 8.0 and Office 2007

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When in word 2007 and trying to convert to PDF (Adobe).  I can use quick simple option and it will work however i can not choose fully functional PDF this option does not work.  IF i am in excel 2007, I cannot convert to PDF the program just hangs saving converting.
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Not sure I follow you.  Microsoft's pdf add-in and Adobe Acrobat are different products. Both, the add-in and Acrobat will enable you to print or preview a report/worksheet in pdf format.  However, if you want to edit the pdf document afterwards, only acrobat has that capability at the present time.    

The links below deal with using the new pdf add-in to file "save as" pdf format and print it using the printer icon.   By saving your report/worksheet as a PDF or XPS file, you capture report information in an easily distributed form that retains all your formatting characteristics yet does not require others to have Office Access 2007 to print or review your report.
see these links:
            http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/save-as-pdf-HA010064992.aspx
            http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/print-share-and-protect-files-in-the-pdf-and-xps-file-formats-HA010167527.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HA010165630
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Thank you.  We were sending to to print not using the "save as" thank you thank you thank you
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I object on the grounds that it was my response #34961751 that suggested the use of the "Save As" to retain the formatting.  sabrams response #34962094 merely says that using the "Save As" solved the problem and thanks me.
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I object.  You are misinterpreting seth abrams response. In his response he is confirming that the reason for his problem was that he was not using the "Save As" method and is thanking me for directing him to that method......I quote his response:  "Thank you.  We were sending to to print not using the "save as" thank you thank you thank you".  
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Following an 'Objection' by puppydogbuddy (at http://www.experts-exchange.com/Q_26909702.html) to the intended closure of this question, it has been reviewed by at least one Moderator and is being closed as recommended by the Expert.
 
At this point I am going to re-start the auto-close procedure.
 
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