I have a PDF document created with MS Word 2010 -- but I do not know if this pdf was created with Acrobat Pro oder something else:
Document properties, tab "Description", "Application": "PScript5.dll Version 5.2.2"
When I am converting such a DOCX file with Acrobat X Pro, there appears the entry "Acrobat PDFMaker 10.1 for Word".
But what means "PScript5...."?
Go back to WORD and print a PDF to the Adobe PDF printer. I am pretty sure that will create the property you found. PDF Maker and the printer are different processes now and I think that is the print driver you are seeing in the properties. You might also try the WORD plugin and see the property that gives. I am on the wrong machine to try the variations, but the variations in the creation process may answer your question.
Thanks for your answering me!
In the meantime I figured out the "creator" of this pdf file. "She" used the printer driver instead of the acrobat plugin. I am not shure: Acrobat Pro 9 can install the word plugin in Office 2010 on XP32? Or do you need Acrobat X? -> I installed this version and now she can create the PDFs via the plugin.
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