Maybe I haven't found the solution, but using Acrobat X PDFMaker to convert a Word 2010 document does NOT convert the table of contents to clickable objects in the pdf, other links fail big time. Furthermore, it completely jacks up my custom styles. When I print, my custom styles become mirror-flipped and tiny off in the corner somewhere. This is awful. I've been working on a big manual for work the past 18 months, and now I can't print them anymore through Word 2010 and any pdf printer, including Acrobat X, in a way that preserves links.
I've googled this for the past two days, and it seems to be a common problem with Office 2010 and Acrobat. I don't know who is to blame, but there is no solution. This is crazy. This is big bucks software. Do you know what this means? If Acrobat Pro X can't do this, that means people have spend hundreds of dollars for something that can do nothing more than a free pdf printer can do (like PDF Creator). I can't believe this, this is outrageous.
What am I going to have to do? Go back to Office 2007 and Acrobat 9? It was such a pain to get IT to install and upgrade all this s---! I'm telling you, every day that goes by, I'm getting more and more pissed off at these huge companies that collect money like vacuum and fail to offer anything in return. I'm trying not to be a Occupy Wall Street nut, but it's becoming hard.