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WP 9 to Acrobat PDF Formatting Issue

WP 9 to Acrobat PDF Formatting Issue

WP 9 to Acrobat PDF Formatting Issue

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I am trying to convert a document to .pdf format.  This is usually straight forward and simple except when I am converting WordPerfect files.  For example, I have one document that  is foramtted with page numbers at the bottom of the page and when I convert it to .pdf format using Acrobat 6.0 Professional it moves the content from the lower pages upward.  So for example on page 1 in WordPerfect it is layed out correctly but in the .pdf file it has all of page 1's content and page number and then the first line from page 2 in WordPerfect also on page 1 of the .pdf file.  I seem to have weird formatting issues like this regularly, has anyone else   encountered anything like this or know how to get WP and Acrobat to play nice?  

RE: WP 9 to Acrobat PDF Formatting Issue

Have you tried the pdf converter included with WordPerfect?  In version 9 it us under File - Published to PDF.  It will be greyed out unless you have a document open.

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