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Selecting multiple Word Documents and converting to one single file using Acrobat Pro X


CathyT 13 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2014 1:15PM
Having problems.

I'm on a Mac using Acrobat Pro X and Word 2011.

So from Acrobat Pro I'm trying to Combine Files into a single PDF but it appears that the Word document is not a supported File Format......unbelievable!!

I cannot select from file or drag into the box.

Any ideas?

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CTee 12 131 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2014 2:05PM
Hi,
Have just tested on my PC, combine Word 2013 & Word 1997-2003 documents without issue.
Used the add file & drag.

Have you tried the add file button?
CathyT 13 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2014 2:20PM
Yes....but you can't add the files..its says format not recognised. After a bit of digging it appears its a Mac problem.......and with the recent upgrades you can't even select Convert Format of Word Files and batch process to PDF that way either in Automator. Sad

I think I need someone especially nerdy to work this one out.
adrian_w Plus
11 3.8k 4 England
4 Jul 2014 2:54PM

Quote:it appears its a Mac problem.....

I thought Macs never had " a problem". Wink
lobsterboy Plus
15 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2014 3:02PM
Looks like there is a fix here ?

Or maybe just open all the word docs in word & save as RTf ?
Adobecs 13 114 England
4 Jul 2014 3:32PM
Hi,
Save each document as a PDF from the save as dialog box in word. Then open one of the PDF you created and I think the document menu in Acrobat gives you the option to add pages from an existing PDF. Add all of your other documents and save.
Hope this helps.

Pat.
CathyT 13 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2014 4:11PM
That script didn't work will have a look at saving as Rtf later...

the script ran through but didn't change the file format......

Adobecs...tried that but won't select a Word doc...file format not recognised.
Chris_L 5 5.0k United Kingdom
4 Jul 2014 5:03PM
You didn't read what he said, maybe reflection on your screen and you didn't see properly Wink

"Save each document as a PDF from the save as dialog box in WORD"
CathyT 13 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2014 5:32PM
John...I know I can do that but I have over 50 files I wanted to save in a singular pdf...or batch process the lot into separate pdfs. I've used an online converter now so its sorted.

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