Adobe PDF is missing from the menuApril 10, 2008
If you have full Adobe Acrobat installed, then you get Adobe PDF as a menu option in Word and other Microsoft Office applications. But sometimes this menu item goes missing.
To get it back in Word 2003, go to Tools > Templates and Add-ins and make sure PDFMaker.dot is checked. (In Acrobat 9, it appears to be called PDFMCustom.dot.)
If that doesn’t work or you can’t see PDFMaker.dot on the list of templates and add-ins, try Help > About Microsoft Word then click the Disabled Items button. Select the Acrobat item, then click Enable. You may need to close then re-open Word for it to get back on your toolbar and menu bar.
If you can’t see anything related to Acrobat in the Disabled Items list, you may need to re-register the DLL using regsvr32. Follow Solution 2 here: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/403/kb403561.html — even though this solution is for Word 2007, it works equally as well in Word 2003 (I did it successfully on my Windows XP machine with Word 2003 installed).
Adobe have a slew of suggestions for getting it back in Office 2007 here: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/403/kb403561.html
[Links last checked May 2010]