Now, some of Word’s Auto Formatting options I really like, like when it automatically converts two hyphens (––) into a typographic em-dash (—), because I think it looks more professional.
Likewise, there are some Auto Format choices that I like sometimes, but not others. On the other hand, there are some that always drive me crazy, like when I want to write a list of something and as soon as I hit Enter after starting a sentence with “- “, the text is indented and the hyphen turns into a bullet. Now you can see all the options available and turn off those that you don’t want.
This document can help you troubleshoot problems that occur when you try to create PDF files from Office applications using Acrobat PDFMaker.
Although this document is specific to Microsoft Word, most of the troubleshooting procedures also apply to Microsoft Power Point and Microsoft Excel.
I installed Office 2010 on my Windows 7 machine a long time ago and everything was working fine until today.