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I signed up for the trial version of Adobe XPro to see if I could use the program to convert multiple WordPerfect files to a single Adobe file. So far, I have not been able to open a WordPerfect file in Adobe, so it appears that I cannot use the program for the desired purpose.
rick poland 834 days ago
File - Create - Combine Files into a Single PDF...
Nope. WordPerfect is not support by Acrobat. This is because Corel uses their own process to output PDF. Used to be an "in-house" product. Now, I believe, they license something from Nuance. So, first use whatever WP provides to create the PDF; then, second, use Acrobat to Combine the PDF files.
David Austin Commented 834 days ago | Report
Actually Acrobat does not support WordPerfect conversion using the File > Create > From File(s) feature, you must use the PDF Printer feature instead. WordPerfect has a good Publish to PDF feature but you would have to use a macro/script to batch process. Doing a web search for 'batch convert wordperfect to PDF' brings up a lot of options but WordPerfect's Publish to PDF feature tends to retain pagination better from my experience.
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