Office 2010 does not save pdf files

I'm running Office 2010 professional on Windows 7 with Adobe Acrobat X.  The Save-as capability in the Office products allows me to select '.pdf' when I save and it appears to save succesfully (no errors and the Save-as pop-up closes itself immediately on clicking save).  However, when I go to look for the file it is not there.  I've tried reinstalling Office and Adobe Acrobat X one after the other in all orders (Acrobat first then office, then vise versa).  I've also tried Office 2010 repair.  

I see lots of issues with Office 2010 and pdf, but not this particular issues where it saves but without throwing and error dialog up: then the pdf is not there.

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rahulrelanCommented:
Are you trying to save the pdf file on the FTP site (if yes) then this is something that cannot be done.

You can visit the following links which will explain you how to save a pdf file using the office 2010.
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/save-as-pdf-HA010354239.aspx

Also you can try to run the fixit provided in the following KB articles.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2639658#FixItForMe
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2639417

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/921541

If these steps does not work try to repair the adobe reader and then follow the process.
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