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  1. combine word files in PDF in Acrobat DC

    It doesn't work at all! PDF maker is not cooperating with Microsoft Office.It worked though in older version of Acrobat

    12 votes
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  2. Accessibility Problems with Images/Figures

    I have a Microsoft Word file that has a number of images. I need to make an accessible PDF. I have entered alternate text for each image in MS Word. When I convert the Word file to PDF, the alternate text I had entered in MS Word is carried over to the PDF, which is what I want. The problem is that it puts all images/figures at the beginning of the tag tree no matter where the image comes in the document. When I look at the Reading Order for each page, it puts all images as the last item…

    5 votes
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  3. [Bug not resolved] Incomplete "From" field when converting to PDF from Microsoft Outlook 2016

    Bug not resolved.
    In "From" field only shows the name of the email account but
    doesn't show its email account between "< ... >", like in
    previous releases.
    System: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro x64 (updated) //
    Microsoft Outlook 2016 (updated) // Adobe Acrobat Pro DC
    2018.011.20038

    (*) Compare results with, for example, Foxit PhantomPDF addon for Outlook.

    5 votes
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  4. PDFMaker Add-in causes Title: Failed error from MS Word 2016

    An accessible MS Word 2016 docx, saved as a PDF with the Adobe PDFMaker Add-in enabled, creates a PDF when Accessibility Checked with Acrobat Pro 2017 results in a Title: Failed error. The same MS Word PDF created after disabling the PDFMaker Com Add-in no longer results in the Title:Failed error.

    The Title: Failed error caused by PDFMaker is easily corrected by clicking "Fix it" in acrobat pro, but the document already has a title and this step should not be necessary. It's better to disable PDFMaker which is installed as part of Acrobat Pro 2017.

    Please fix PDFMaker.

    2 votes
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  5. PDF Maker (PowerPoint) crashes with long path to file

    PDF Maker seems to crash for PowerPoint when the path name is long. I tested converting with a PPTX file in OneDrive, and it crashed when the path and filename length were 250.

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  6. Graphic conversion from Word was completely messed up

    Most of the time, I've had no trouble with conversions of scientific graphics in Microsoft Word to the corresponding PDF images. This time it was really messed up! I've attached the Acrobat DC conversion and a similar conversion with another PDF converter program. The latter was a faithful translation of the Word image.

    Can this be fixed?

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