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Teaching file can open a file, on trying to get help on the web, I was told that the file was created by Adobe Director Movie. I am using Windows 2000. Thank you

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Thank you much for your attention..
Actually, I've solved the problem. I went back to the source and got the missing files. The file is alreay available now.
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PDF is a kind of file format introduced by Adobe Inc in 1993. It has the feature of non-editable and easy to share, so widely used in all over the world.
There are many tools could help us to create a PDF file, such as the famous Adobe Acrobat Pro and Nemo PDF series tool. They are both great choice for you.

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The cyberlink Power Director 8.0 tells me that it failed to open RGB image rain02 short.png


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If you mean Adobe Reader, then either the shortcut has lost the information on what file it is associated with or Adobe Reader is no longer on the computer. If you recently transferred to a new computer using the Windows Transfer Wizard, the shortcut may be pointing to a different version folder or to a not yet installed program. Remember the Transfer Wizard does not install the programs and doesn't transfer the registry information about installed software from the old computer.

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First, right click on the icon and then click on Properties. That will give you the location and name of the program it is associated with (as it was created). For example: on my Win7 32-bit machine this reads "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 9.0\Reader\AcroRd32.exe". Next open the Control Panel Programs list, see if Adobe Reader is listed. (For Win7, this is Start > Control Panel > Programs. WinXP, look for the Add and remove programs section.) Open Computer (My computer) and navigate to C:\Program Files. See if you have an Adobe Folder and then the reader folder location. (If the folder exists, check for the exe file and if that full folder name matches the one for the shortcut.)

If Adobe Reader isn't installed, go to http://www.adobe.com and follow the link on the right hand side to download and install Adobe Reader. Then remove the bad shortcut since a new one will be added to the desktop.

If you have Adobe Reader installed but the shortcut isn't pointing to the correct location, you can create a new shortcut by right clicking on the exe and choosing create a shortcut. Before you do this, double click on the reader.exe and check that it does launch. Otherwise, uninstall and reinstall the program.

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Over time the size of the Windows registry begins to increase when there is an increase in the daily computing. Windows registry is a very important part of the Windows where the information about each program is stored in the form of very sensitive codes. A little disturbance in these codes can make a program useless and cause it to freeze and crash too often. The same is the case with the Adobe and other programs in our computer.
The registry errors in the computer not only make programs to malfunction but they also cause computer to slow down. What happens is that there gathers a lot of junk stuff in the computer. The invalid registry keys start to conflict with the valid ones and thus increase the load on computer.
There are various versions of the Adobe problem on computer. Most common among these is that the Adobe Acrobat crashes on the web browsers whenever you try to open pdf files through different web sites. If this is the case you can try changing the version of your Adobe. Also you can try changing the settings in the Adobe program to disallow it to open pdf files in the browser.
Try fixing this problem by updating the drivers in your computer. Sometimes the drivers also create a conflict situation and make programs to run poorly.
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ALL FREE http://www.adobe.com/downloads/

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Also, some Acrobat pages from links on web pages have problems loading.... try saving the file first (eg: right click on the link, select Save Target As) then open from the saved file.

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