Hi,What version of Microsoft Office are you runing? Are you able to
convert a word document into pdf? The function probably uses Acrobat, so
also make sure Acrobat is installed correctly and that neither Acrobat
or Office shows any pop-up windows when you manually run them.
Hi,What viewer are you trying to open the pdf in? Check the version of
pdf you are converting to in the conversion settings. Maybe the viewer
is too old for that version.Maybe you could post a sample pdf?
Hi,Yes, you need to download the whole Livecycle ES2 package. When you
install the product, you can select to deploy only PDF Generator. When
you buy the product you can install from the same downloaded "trial"
package. You can choose to buy only PDF Generator, or you can buy PDF G
+ additional modules in the package as you like.
Hi,I don't know exactly why they require OCR for the conversion, but it
isn't really anything to worry about, and you can create your own
profile to convert to pdf 1.6 and select OCR. If you still need to
convert without OCR, you can do the following:Convert the pdf to
postscript by using the service toPS, and then use createPDF to convert
from postscript to pdf using any profile you want, and you won't be
required to use OCR.Hope this helps.
Hi,It is probably going to work with Office 2010, though I have not
tested this myself. Just keep in mind that it is not supported by Adobe,
so using Office 2010 is on your own risk. Hopefully It will be supported
in next version of LC.I don't know if there is any issue with Office
2007 and converting Office 2010 documents.