Running on windows XP when opening a document or saving from In Design CS2 Acrobat does the required proceedure but then freeses the whole system making it necessary to reboot. I have reloaded the programme twice the second time as suggested by Adobe.
Any further suggestions please.
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Adobe has disabled the activation server for CS2 products, including Acrobat 7, because of a technical issue. These products were released more than seven years ago, do not run on many modern operating systems, and are no longer supported.
Basically lot of people are getting errors with Acrobat 7 and older versions as Adobe has disabled the activation server for CS2 products, including Acrobat 7, because of a technical issue. Go to the Click here for the Link to Download Acrobat Download the New Copy of Acrobat and Activate it with the new Serial No, however you need to un install the old copy from your computer
PDF (Acrobat) files are a great way to make sure documents are viewed with the correct layout and fonts - even when the recipients don't have the program you used to create the documents. It's also a format that is viewable across multiple platforms. In order to create a PDF file in Windows you need to be using Adobe Acrobat Distiller.
Open the file you want to make into a PDF.
Choose File, then Print.
Use the PDFwriter option when printing from a word-processing application: Choose PDFwriter from the Name pull-down menu in the Print dialog box. Fill in the document information, then click Save.
Use Acrobat Distiller option when printing from a page layout or design program: Choose Acrobat Distiller from the Name pull-down menu in the Print dialog box. Fill in the document information, then click Save.
You can try to create PDF file directly from Microsoft Word. Adobe Acrobat Professional installs a virtual printer on your computer. Print the document from Microsoft Word, but make sure you select appropriate printer from the list. It should be called "Adobe Acrobat PDF Printer", or similar.
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.