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MS Word to Adobe Acrobat

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Does Adobe Acrobat for Windows 10 retain MS Word footnote and endnote links?

 

I like Wikipedia where an endnote reference mouse-over produces the actual endnote in a popup.

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You will find this setting in Word:

 

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MS Word to Adobe Acrobat

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Does Adobe Acrobat for Windows 10 retain MS Word footnote and endnote links?

 

I like Wikipedia where an endnote reference mouse-over produces the actual endnote in a popup.

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Correct answer by JR Boulay | Adobe Community Professional

You will find this setting in Word:

 

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Please state which version of Adobe Acrobat Pro and MS Office suite are you using with Windows 10.

 

I think that the ability to retain such objects may be possible if the PDF Maker add-in in MS Office has no compatibility issues, but I may be wrong.

 

This has been partially answered before in these forums though.

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You will find this setting in Word:

 

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Thank you very much JR_Boulay. I did neglect some inportant information. I am using MS Word 2010 and I haven't purchased Adobe Acrobat yet. I never upgraded Word because I didn't want my data to be tied into their servers (misnamed "the Cloud").

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Yes that is why I asked the version first.

 

There was a user that I tried to help before who had this issue with version 2016. There was an incompatibility issue at the time and Micrososft support had to instruct the user how to modify some XML files to get the job done.

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@dangad,

 

You are under the misapprehension that converting Word documents to PDF using Adobe Acrobat forces uploading of any of your data to Adobe. The only case where any of your data (in PDF format) would appear in Adobe Document Cloud would be if you explicitly requested that the PDF file be stored there.

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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"I never upgraded Word because I didn't want my data to be tied into their servers"

I don't know if "their" means Adobe or Microsoft or both, but Dov Isaacs answered about Adobe, and be sure that nothing will force you to use Microsoft OneDrive. It's the user choice.

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Hello JR_Boulay. I hope I can come back to this thread a month later. I have purchased Adobe Acrobat and done my first Word>Adobe PDF conversion. The endnote link works well FORWARD but there is no link to get back to the text. In Word you simply double click the link (superscript) in the link and it takes you back. Getting back to the text is just as important as looking at the endnote.

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Hi there

 

++ Adding to the correct suggestion by JR_Boulay

 

You may also refer to the help page https://helpx.adobe.com/in/acrobat/using/creating-pdfs-pdfmaker-windows.html#application_specific_pd... and look under Word tab settings (Microsoft Word)

 

Regards

Amal

 

 

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