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You can certainly do this via Acrobat.com.
Upload your word document to SHARE (2nd last item to the right, light blue) on Acrobat.com. Once it is uploaded, click on the "Create PDF" tab at the top of your screen. Under "Choose a file to convert to Adobe PDF" select the "From Acrobat.com" option. Drag your file from SHARE into the designated box, then click "Create PDF". The PDF version of the document will appear in SHARE, and you can instantly e-mail it to anybody, or download it back to your computer.
I'm still having some problems. After following the instructins, I get a message that says I can enter information in the form (PDF) but I can't save. How do I get my word document into a PDF that will allow me to enter information and then save it? Thanks so much for the help!
This is a limitaton not in Acrobat.com but in Adobe Reader.
If you want to save changes made to a PDF (including information you entered), you need the full version of Acrobat on your machine to do that.
Thank you for the instruction, however I am now trying to download my pdf file to my computer or to my flash drive so I can send it to my University for review. Help!! :-)
When you log into Acrobat.com SHARE, click on your PDF document to open it in preview. Near the top right-hand corner there is a button that says "Download" (just to the right of the "My Files" button and below the "New" button), which will allow you to download the file to your computer.