I am using MS Word 2003, Windows XP and Adobe Acrobat 7.0.
When converting a DOC to PDF, all features are perfect except the bookmarks are located at the wrong level, i.e., the first chapter "Introduction" is the first level, which is desired; but the second chapter and the later will be placed as the subitems of the first one. This is a severe problem for me for I need a very accurate convertion.
P.S. I set the convertion level of bookmarks correctly before the convertion.
So I wonder if there is any solution relating to the settings of Word or Acrobat.
I am using Acrobat 7 because the later versions(8.0 etc.) has the running header problem. If 7.0 is also problematic. I don't know which version can do a perfect conversion.
I agree with Lori that it sounds like you are not using the bookmarks in WORD correctly as I interpret her post. I also noted that you show 7.0. These initial versions often have bugs and you should update to the latest version of 7, currently 7.1.4. I would suggest the same update for AA8 that is at 8.3.1.
Thank you for your answer Lori. I 've checked all the desired options and have done the conversion in Acrobat 8.0 and got right levels(but that one got problematic running headers). So i think this may be the problem of acrobat 7.0. I will try the other updated versions to see if there is any improvement.
Thank you Bill. You may be right. I try the latest trial versin Acrobat X and got perfect conversion. I will use this trial version for days to see if there is any other bug. If not, maybe I will ask my boss to buy a formal one.