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Is it possible to stop Adobe PDF 6.0 pro from importing the page headers and/or footers on a batch of Word doents when converting the docuements to pdf ?. The doents have headers and footers that we do not want converted and present on the adobe pdf output file....

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    Default Preventing MS Word Footers being used in word to pdf conversion

    Is it possible to stop Adobe PDF 6.0 pro from importing the page headers and/or footers on a batch of Word doents when converting the docuements to pdf ?. The doents have headers and footers that we do not want converted and present on the adobe pdf output file.
    Doncasters_MIS@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Preventing MS Word Footers being used in word to pdf conversion

    The only way to do that is to remove all the headers/footers from the files first.

    The Distiller doesn't know the difference between a footer and regular text.
    W_T_Allen@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: Preventing MS Word Footers being used in word to pdf conversion

    Are there any tools around that can strip headers and/or footers from a btach of word doents ?
    Doncasters_MIS@adobeforums.com Guest

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