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Does Word format work well enough for everyone that would like to read the documentation that's being developed for our hobby? I don't know how many FU3 modders have Word.I have the full Acrobat 3 (granted it's not the latest) to create hyperlinked PDF files from Word documents if that would be useful. In order to have it come out correctly, Word documents must use the built-in headings (i.e. Heading 1, Heading 2, etc.) in order to build the Acrobat bookmarks along the side panel of the Reader, and Word cross-reference hyperlinks to build the Acrobat hyperlinks in the document. Word's Web hyperlinks are also supported.

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Hi Peter, :)for me word97 is working fine and a very wide used standard. Acrobat is sure also a good standard. But there are many tools in the web which convert this direct into the opposite. So there shouldn

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Not sure about other arguments so I thought I'd pose the question. I do know that other free tools on the web don't create links in PDF files from links in Word documents (which is why I bought Acrobat for generating hyperlinked documentation).

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Pete; I have both so any way is fine . CaptRolo

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Hi Pete, I'd say Word 97 (not sure about newer versions) will suit the vast majority, but there's yet another option for you to make sure you can reach everybody: why don't you simply convert the docs to HTML format?You can do that directly from Word, all the embedded links would work, and of course everyone of us will be capable of reading it with our Internet browsers (we wouldn't be in this forum otherwise!!).Just a suggestion,

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Yeah, HTML will work nicely since everyone here is used to reading docs on-screen.

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