I also feel the question needs clarifying, especially when you say "take the hyper links from Word & put them into the PDF it creates".
Do you simply want to convert a Word document to a PDF, and for that document to include clickable hyperlinks? If so, then surely any competent PDF driver would do that. There are dozens of cheap and free PDF drivers around. I'm sure you can find one that suits your needs. (Note that this is not the same as PDF conversion software. I'm talking about a tool that stands in for a printer driver, so that you "print" the Word document, but you send it to the driver rather than a physical printer.)
Or maybe you mean that you want to gather up all the links, and place these in a new PDF file? If so, then one solution would be to create a Word macro to do that. The macro would search for each hyperlink in turn, copy it to a new document, and print that document to the PDF driver. You could probably do this by recording a macro, rather than programming it from scratch.
If neither of those scenarios is what you need, perhaps you could clarify your question.