Hopefully someone can take a shot at this for me. Currently, our company converts Word 2007 docs into PDF docs with the below steps. As I have posted about before here, sometimes there are corruptions in the PDF doc, such as part of the title being obscured, etc. As Hans and others have suggested, it's best to save the Word doc in Save As Type>PDF mode, instead of this procedure below:
3. Click the Office icon, and click the Print option on the left task menu
4. From the PrinterName: drop-down list, select Adobe PDF.
5. Click the right-hand Properties tab
6. Under the Adobe PDF Settings tab, choose the following settings:
Default Settings: High Quality Print
Adobe PDF Security: Reconfirm Security for each job
Adobe PDF Output Folder: Prompt for Adobe PDF filename
Adobe PDF Page Size: Letter
7. Uncheck the third box, Rely on system fonts only; do not use document fonts. The fifth box should also be unchecked by default. Leave the other three boxes checked (they should be by default). .
8. Click OK.
9. At the Adobe PDF- Security screen, in the Change Permissions Password field, enter the relevant password. Make sure there is no check in the Enable copying of text, images, and other content box.
10. Fix the properties in the PDFs before you declare them done. Click the Secure tabManage Secure Properties.
11. Type the relevant password.
12. Click FileProperties.
13. In the title field, type the full report title.
14. In the author field, replace the author name with our company name. (no comma; Acrobat uses that for field separators).
The PDF document will save to the location you specified and then open. You should be able to print it without Adobe prompting you for a password.
My question is this: It's crucial that I apply the identical settings choices (especially in steps 6, 7, 9, and 14) while following the Save As Type>PDF method in Word 2007, but I don't see any of the settings in steps 6,7,9, and 14 in the Options box.
Can anyone explain how I can apply these settings in the Save As Type>PDF mode?
Thanks a lot.