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Missing hyperlinks with Adobe 7 Pro

Missing hyperlinks with Adobe 7 Pro

Missing hyperlinks with Adobe 7 Pro


We are having a problem with missing hyperlinks when converting some word documents to pdf.
We are using acrobat 7.1.0 Pro and Office 2003 Pro.
Not all hyperlinks are converted in the pdf. The TOC is fine but after that the links do not work.

I have downgraded a workstation back to adobe 6 professional and converted the same docs and then the all the hyperlinks do work - but the conversions take significantly longer.

Does anyone know what is the difference between adobe 6 & 7 and the way they interpret hyperlinks?
I cannot see the difference in the hyperlinks between the word docs which convert successfully with adobe 7 and the ones which don't.

I would like to be able to 'fix' all the hyperlinks in all my word documents so that they will all convert properly with adobe 7.


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