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I am attempting to download my adobe professional 6.0 on my new computer and it keeps telling me some files could not be created. I have Microsoft Vista operating software versus Microsoft XP on the last computer

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According to Microsoft's website Adobe 6.0 is not compatible with Vista. They suggest upgrading to Adobe 9, which they have listed as starting at $159, according to Adobe. I have a program I have used for that last few years from a company called Foxit software. It handles all my adobe needs from editing and creating documents to reading them. The software is free and I suggest you give it a try. The response time to open a document is at least 50% quicker than adobe, and it is not constantly need of updates every time you open it.

Here is the link from Microsoft
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/Details.aspx?type=Software&p=Adobe%20Acrobat%20Professional&v=Adobe&uid=6&pf=0&pi=1&c=business%20%26%20home%20office&sc=small%20business&os=32-bit

This is the link to Foxit.

http://www.foxitsoftware.com/downloads/index.php


Hope this helps,

Eric

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