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sharepoint 2010 document conversion job started but never completes

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
I trigger the conversion of a Word.docx file to convert to PDF but the Job never completes. It just says this under the status column but nothing under the outcome column. I have waited for 48 hours to be sure it just wasn't slow. "Conversion Job with Id=00000000-0000-1064-8041-acbca36dcb07 started" There is nothing in the event log nor in the Sharepoint Log that says there is a problem.  

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