Hi, everyone. I recently purchased the facility for converting Word files to pdfs through adobe. I've already converted several files, and i can read them fine through my Adobe reader. however, I had Wondershare on my PC, and even though I uninstalled it, it still shows up as part the name of my files. Also, my pdf files are stark white; they do not look like pdf files. Should not a pdf file have a distinct look, I mean be red and white or something? I hope you can help. Thank you. Carl.
Don't know what "Wondershare" has to do with your files, but maybe it inserted itself under their titles. If so, you can edit it via File - Properties - Description.
I also don't quite understand what you mean by a "distinct look" of PDF files. They can have any look you want... It depends on how they were created.
Do you talk about the thumbnails in Windows Explorer?
Thank you for your answer, try 67, I always thought of a PDF being red and white; but I've little knowledge of them; and it seems as you say, they can have any look. Also, thanks for telling me about File-Properties-Description; that will be useful in the future. Carl.