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There are a couple of ways to do it.
There is a product called Ad Lib that will do it, but at considerable cost and, frankly, they're not very responsive as a company and I can no longer recommend them. (Ad Lib also does not support the latest version of Word that completely changed everything.)
Probably the easiest thing to do is install Word and Acrobat and use the Word COM object to print the document to the Acrobat printer driver.
Or you can get the Adobe Distiller (or whatever it has been renamed and
repackaged as) that at one time at least allowed one to create a watch
directory where any supported document dropped into the directory was
converted to a PDF.
I'm sure this is not part of the 'entry' level products. But there are
solutions out there. It really depends and how much effort and|or money
you want to invest in this.
I believe I have read about Java based solutions that should could
theoretically be integrated into CF as well.