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Convert Html or HTML 2010 Word to PDF

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I have hundreds of files to convert from html to PDF.  Within windows explor if I right click and select "Convert to Adobe PDF" it converts and maintains my page breaks like I want.  I also don't want the hyperlinks to be available witch it doesn't.  The only problem is it adds Page numbers and file title at top and file path at bottom.  I don't want to see these.

So I tried to open in Word as HTML but I have to change the margins and it maintains the hyperlinks.  I don't want the hyperlinks.

How can I use one of these options to just convert the file without hyperlinks and without addition information like headers of file path?
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OK, Just need to change the settings within IE to use first option.  This was my prfered option.
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