Question about Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional for PC
I am using Microsoft 2007. Since loading Adobe Professional 6 I cannot access any PDF attachments from my emails without saving them in my docs first. What does "invalid handle mean?". I have downlaoded and uninstalled Acrobat 6, and 9 three times and still have no success. Can you help?
Try checking the file association. Open the Control Panel, Click on Folder Options, Select the File Types tab, Scroll down to locate the PDF extension, Select the PDF extension, Look below in the Details for PDF extension and select Change, locate and select Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader, then make sure there is a check mark in the "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file", Click on OK and then close.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
First try to open an empty pdf document you may get ok or cancel if you clcik on cancel for two or three times mean you can open and empty pdf document and then through that you can open the original document
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am not sure that I would calssify this as a real solution but I had the same issue on an XP machine running Word 2003 (with the 2007 compatibility module).
When I took the exported document to a Vista machine with Word 2007, it opened it fine.
Of course, I think it converted or imported it to 2007 format.
The Vista machine does have more memory in it and a better processor but not that much more/better.
So, don't despair, there probably IS a way to read it and edit it, but possibly not with the machine you are on (sorry).
I am still researching to see if I can find a work around for the XP machine.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
Go to My Computer. Tools > Folder Options > File Types > Then Browse PDF Registered File Type . If you can see " Details for PDF extension " and you can see a change button, you can click that button and browse for your Acrobat Pro main program .
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
use Uninstaller software like
Your Uninstaller etc
rather than using windows built-in uninstaller. The reason is that Windows built-in uninstaller leaves some data in Registry and System 32 folder. I thnk that data is corrupted nd thts the reason u r having ths problm.
If that won't work jst let me know.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
SOURCE: adobe acrobat .pdf
To save a PageMaker document as a PDF, you have to save the document in PageMaker, then export it as a PDF (look under the File menu). You also will have to have installed the Acrobat Distiller that came with your PageMaker software (look on the installation disc), and you need to upgrade your Acrobat Reader to at least version 7.0 (it's free on the Adobe website).
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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