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Dec 2, Barcelona, Spain. Hi everyone, I am trying to convert a Word document. I tried everything - converting on Adobe Acrobat, converting using.
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It is a page, 26k-word document so it'll be time-consuming to individually change every table and hyperlink. Last edited: Dec 12, Dave Braine macrumors Mar 19, 3, Warrington, UK. Sep 6, 6, 3, I don't think Mac Word supports exporting hyperlinks in pdf export.
You'd have to take the document to a PC and do there. Dave Braine said:.
Microsoft has provided Office on the Mac forever, but they sure treat us second class when it comes to features. Reactions: Lionel Messi. JohnDS macrumors Oct 25, 1, That preserves the hyperlinks. JohnDS said:. Mar 21, 3, Word guru chiming in here. So, you're upset that your namesake didn't win the Ballon d'Or again?
My guy Ronaldo did, again - that written Word does preserve hyperlinks, but you're going about it the wrong way.
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Knowing the "First" and "Second" offer a bit of insight into how MS addressed how to process output. Word is a word processor and a "can opener" for flies, a tool - to me.
That supplementary "Office" file contained converters, and Office for the Mac didn't use the same means for background processes as the Windows apps did, but the newer Mac Office suite is more in line in this regard. That written First, you'll need at least Word Next, you'll need an internet connection as you'll have to connect to MS's Service servers.
In that Dialog Box, about halfway down you'll select the 3 PDF Export Format, and in the following dialog you'll 4 select the "Best for electronic distribution and accessibility" option that utilizes MS's conversion servers this is that the Windows Word app uses for hyperlinks and other features.
After a short time, you should see a file in the place and with the name you've chosen that includes functioning hyperlinks and other embedded features.
I haven't been to Barcelona since , and I want to return someday soon. Cheers, and I hope this bit helps Lionel Messi said:. Not upset about the Ballon d'Or! Messi still has one more trophy than Ronaldo and he will get it for the sixth time next year.
Thanks for taking the time to write this! Interesting to see how Word processes exports. I tried your approach but unfortunately it did not work. There was no option to select "Best for electronic distribution and accessibility". I had to resort to rewriting every one of the hyperlinks again and it was cumbersome process, but at least my work is preserved. I tried online conversions, Google Drive conversions, downloaded Acrobat Reader to try to convert but all resulted in the same errors.
I promised to buy you as much coffee as you want if it does work, but for writing this great post, I will still do. Until we meet in Barcelona, take care of yourself! Menu Selection. Delivery Options.
Back to it! There's a bit I'm not clear on - you are running Word , is that correct? If so, do check the version of Word that you are using - only the newer versions of and are capable of embedding hyperlinks, and I checked it again just this morning.
BTW, an update I hope this helps! Happy Holidays!! Yes, I appreciate great football! A few other great players like Neymar, Ibrahimovich and Griezmann are enjoyable to watch. Unfortunately I'm much younger than you are so wasn't around when the greats you mentioned were playing!
Quite interesting you had interacted with national footballers. Yes, I was always running the latest version of Word I tried your method and the online conversion did show up this time, but still showed the error. Every single conversion I did showed the same error and affected formatting of some tables too. It's very strange! BTW, the assignment was submitted by changing all the hyperlinks as there is no way around it. Happy belated Holidays to you too!! I'll be back in the office in a few days, and take a look at any workarounds my assistants may have come up with - no worries, I enjoy solving puzzles… There was one more football player that I went to college with, he played on the US Olympic Team in in your town - Yari Allnut.
Yari and I hung out on occasion, but he was very reserved and intense. I felt sad for him when he was drafted by the New England Revolution, they pretty much just sat him on the bench unlike his former team in Rochester, where he was a shining star and fun to watch.
We'll see if your assistants find a workaround for this error, but I doubt it. I'm sure it is a bug Microsoft has to fix. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you too!
Error persists I tried with US Letter and still the same errors as described in post Used both online and local conversions. The fonts used are all Calibri Body or Calibri Light for some headings, and of course Cambria Math for the equations - so standard fonts. Guess there is no workaround for this issue as you and I tried everything in our hands! Pages for Mac offers better support in this aspect, plus a simple interface when writing.
I will make sure to use it next time in a project as large as this as I can't afford to fix a page document! Thanks for your assistance in this matter, campyguy. I guess you saw the 'impossible' comeback Barcelona did a couple of days ago. Great team. Hope we actually meet up in Barcelona if I we're there at the same time because you sound like a genuine person.
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No worries, I'm a bit sad that your problems with this matter continue. I've not used Pages, despite it being installed on my Mac - I've used Word for Windows so long it's generally my tool for word processing and Scrivener is what I use for my technical documentation. Good luck with Pages, but I'll post back here if I come up with something on my end!
As to that game, what a match. PSG must be gutted. That ref Aytekin likely will need to wear a disguise at the French border for the rest of his life after that call on Suarez going down! I'm looking forward to the matches against Sevilla and Real Madrid.