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How do I convert a DOC to PDF without losing all my embedded links?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by bl4ck1ce, Apr 21, 2009.

  1. bl4ck1ce

    bl4ck1ce Regular Member

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    Ok, I feel like a noob posting this.. but I'm completely stumped. I have several MS Word docs that I need to convert to PDFs, but whenever I do it, all of my embedded links are removed. :confused:

    Where is the setting, in ANY PDF converter, to make it keep clickable embedded links from a Word doc? I have Acrobat, PrimoPDF and PDF995... none of them preserve the links as I have them configured....

    Please help, these files are for one of my big IM projects of 2009... need to launch this project to make more money. :D

    Thanks!!!!!
     
  2. cheesecake

    cheesecake Regular Member

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    this works for me..

    Code:
    http://www.zamzar.com/
     
  3. Mp3Mage

    Mp3Mage BANNED BANNED

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    Bro, try primo pdf.

    :usa:
     
  4. darkman

    darkman Regular Member

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    or you can try easypdf converter.
     
  5. zone69

    zone69 Junior Member

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    if you use MS Word 2007 you can try save as and choose PDF as file type since Word 2007 allows you to save PDFs directly.
     
  6. Keevee

    Keevee Junior Member

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    doc2pdf.net has been working well for me
     
  7. TJ

    TJ Junior Member

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    openoffice.org is the way to go, it's identical to microsoft office, only it's free. It has a built in Doc to PDF converter.
     
  8. fulleclipse

    fulleclipse Regular Member

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    Yup I was about to suggest that as well, it is what I have used many times for the same purpose.
     
  9. buttercup

    buttercup Junior Member

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    OpenOffice.org

    Get it. You push One Button and it makes a properly-formatted PDF from doc, txt, html, whatever you want :)
     
  10. bl4ck1ce

    bl4ck1ce Regular Member

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    Tried Open Office, worked perfectly for this. Thanks for the suggestion!!