Pdf to word converter for mac os x 10.4.11

I typed something on microsoft word online and to print it says to print as pdf so I do that, but it just opens another web browser and just shows the document no print button. What do I do? Hi, This new save as pdf with password is not good. Save without password, and it will print fine. But, if I save it as pdf with password, I can open it with that password, and view it fine, but if i try to print it, it just hangs forever in the printer que.

Any ideas? I have a completed application form on file with the state. Nothing I do will allow me to save it or convert it into PDF. It can only be printed. How can I do this without purchasing Acrobat for one document? It seems Adobe 11 has screwed Apple users. And yet, you can double-click the job in the queue, and QuickLook will show you the file, making me think it exists in a cache somewhere as a.

PDF file.

Anyone know where CUPS stores these jobs? They desperately need some competition! I usually save Indesign documents by exporting which gives an option to save as a pdf. The only thing that has been changed recently is that I installed a second printer on my computer this weekend. I tried the above suggestions but it still does not print when document is saved.

The page I try to print is blank. Am I missing a download step? Essentially that means if you can print the document, you can probably password protect it as […]. But it cannot be saved.

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A virtual pdf printer you do it. Any idea? The author is automatically set as the user name that you are logged in as in Mac OS X, you can change that either in general OS X settings or if you have a PDF editor you could change authorship there. Not a very useful feature or I may not know how to use it properly. If the document has a scroll bar only the part visible gets saved.

I use save as pdf a lot, but it always enlarges the file size. Instead I would want to decrease file size when printing to pdf.

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Can anyone help with this? Thank you! Saw that if wrecked the web page formatting and so I never printed.

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And Mac users already have the required functionality without installing […]. What is up with that? I too find this feature a great help. But… I often print pages from websites that I might want to keep for later reference a good example is cooking recipes. But often times, I find that the PDF file does not save the file well at all. Either very odd formating, or even missing images, and type. This is one of those features of Mac OS that is just wonderful to have and I use it frequently for offline reading and document production. Why buy Acrobat Pro when you can just use any application on the Mac?

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Jim says:. Noname, Please repost your question on a more appropriate forum. I googled my question and this forum came up. Does anyone have the name of a forum in which someone knows about these things well enough that could provide the answer to my question? Well, you need to look at what software you are using to open the files on the Mac, and on the PC. What is the software?

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Adobe Reader, just along the hall. Other software, a bit further. Aandi Inston. I created a document in Word on my Mac. When I opened it at work on the PC using Acrobat, having emailed it there, a couple of formatting features had been changed i. Does anyone have any ideas? Two possibilities I am trying to send a password protected adobe file from my Window's computer to a mac computer. I have it set so that you can print the document once opened. Any thoughts on why this might be happening?

If the former, what version s of Acrobat or Reader is being used? If the latter - contact Apple! I have run into this problem more than once. I then check to make sure it can again be viewed. When I send it to someone via email - Mac Mail 3. This has happened to more than one person using different machines. Without traveling to my clients and friends places of business or home to inspect their system I have no way of knowing where the problem lies.

It is easy to point fingers and say it is not a problem with Adobe software Acrobat or PSE that it is the OS, the Mail program, the receivers system, etc. The bottom line is there is a problem with the compatibility of some Adobe products and different OS when it comes to making or editing PDF's or JPG's and as a general user it is next to impossible to get help on determining how to resolve the problem. Check your email settings for attachments.

There are choices about wehtehr to create Windows-compatible attachment format or not. I have created some pdf documents on a pc. The doc's are reported full of "funny" symbols instead of text by a client hwo use mac. I have opened the docs on our own macs and they seem fine. Can anyone offer a solution to this problem? Thanks, Kim. Are the fonts in the documents embedded? If so are they embedded as subsets? I wonder if the Mac users are viewing the files in some other program than Adobe Reader or Acrobat.

You should confirm the software including version that the user is using, and the version of Mac OS. When I attempt to open a PDF from any of the various financial institutions with whom I hold accts, it comes up as a black screen and prints a black screen as well. The scroll bars also do not appear. I've uninstalled and reinstalled adobe and also cleared cache but no luck.

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Any ideas? I am creating pdf files from Windows for Mac When I email these files to people on Windows PCs they can't open them. I am selecting "save file as pdf" on the option window and emailing the attachment as "Encode for Any computer. I tried opening them in my own windows environment on my Mac and found the same issue.

If I designate Adobe as the reader they open. Do I need to be telling people to do that??? Seems like saving as. Is there a known compatibility issue or should I be using a pdf-writer instead of the Mac default? I am having a similar problem. Mac files transferred to PC give an error. But what is a workaround? Please read the first responses in this thread. That should give you the information you need. This guy sends many files to his customers, all of them can open them. I again open weekly some hundred PDFs on a forum to check the content of user contributions with no problem.

Could you be so kind to give me a hint please? If you allow, I would like to ask you to check my file. It is a binhex-encoding of a PDF file. Most Windows-based users do not have any means of unencoding binhex files. Also, on Windows-based systems, the expectation is that the suffix denotes the file type.

Your file, test.

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Typically, such a binhex-encoded file would be named something like test. The file you uploaded is not a pdf. It is a binhex file. In the olden days to email files from one computer to another, there were several choices to encode files for transmission by email. Email was and still is a method of sending ascii data. Since many files are binary, a method of encoding the files to ascii had to be used. One of the early contenders was binhex. Most macs can convert email attachments that have been binhexed, most PCs cannot. The creator of the problemsome pdf needs to use a mail program that uses a different encoding scheme OR the receiver of the file needs a program that can convert the binhex file into a pdf file.

One such program that can do this is Stuffit Expander. Will copy all your useful hints and info and forward to the person who sent this file to me. Hopefully he can change the settings while creating his files in future. My respect for your work here and thank you again! Greetings Vlk. But still som PC cant open corrupt and some can can always open on Macs Doesnt matter how I combine the different spec.

Is it the servers? Old Readers? Same problem here I'm using Entourage for sending mail. I think I have the same problem. PDF files created on a Mac are not readable by windows systems. This is a Mac problem but I'd still like to know if there is a solution.