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You need to upgrade Acrobat as well as Word and Windows.
Vista said incompatible for adobe 7 and said : go to the site adobe ! (version française)
I think I'm gonna stick to XP if that is the case.
You could always try downloading OpenOffice, the free alternative to Word. This has a 'convert to pdf' option which works well.
Acrobat 7 is indeed not compatible with Word 2007.
You either have to move to a later version of Acrobat or you could try using the Microsoft Office Add-in which enables saving as PDF or XPS. It's at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=4D951911-3E7E-4AE6-B059-A2E79ED8 7041&displaylang=en and is extremely quick but it doesn't have very many customisation options.
We tried the Office add-in for a while but it wasn't flexible enough for our purposes so we moved to Acrobat 8.
Somebody suggested OpenOffice earlier, yes it has a PDF option that works well but OpenOffice has a nice learning curve to it. If you have time to learn something new that might work but I am guessing that after investing in office 2007 you don't feel like giving up on it. I have tried the Office add-in also but found it very limiting, ultimately I went with Acrobat 8 and now I have my full range of pdf options again.
I am going to just stay with XP. Vista does not work for me at all.