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Failed export to a word document from Adobe Acrobat 9 professiona

I have tried to export a PDF document using Adobe acrobat 9 Professional and the document crashes every time. It tells me the doc was completed but when I open it in Word it only goes to the 3rd page and freezes. Help

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2009

    When I export the document, Word (2003) crashes. It only creates half of the document

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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.


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