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Creating PDF files with Vista

My laptop has Vista and I just downloaded the latest adobe reader 8.1.1, however I do not have the capability to create a pdf file from a web page for example. On my last pc I could choose "print" and I would have the option to print as a pdf file. This is no longer the case. Do you know what the problem is?



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Re: Creating PDF files with Vista

Did your earlier computer have Acrobat on it? That's the only way to print to a PDF, unless you have software designed to emulate Acrobat, by simulating a PDF file format.

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Re: Creating PDF files with Vista

Dear Andrea, its working for me. Simply Press Ctrl+P and page set up would appear, you can do it from there.

If that was helpful please press solved.

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I installed adobe 6 professional a few days ago on win 7 computer. but the printer drivers were not installed. i am not able to create pdf documents. also, when i try to download any pdf file from a web...

I am not 100% certain but I am not sure you can use that old a Adobe version with Win 7. The current Adobe Pro for creating .pdf files is now version 9 for Win 7. That may be part of your problem. Consult the Adobe website and see if that older version will even run in Win 7

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What is acrobat reader?

Adobe Acrobat is a family of computer programs developed by Adobe Systems, designed to view, create, manipulate and manage files in Adobe's

Plug-in from Adobe. It reads documents in PDF format on any platform.

A program from Adobe that lets you capture a document and then view it in its original format and appearance

Adobe has changed the names of the products in the Acrobat family regularly, also splitting-up, joining, or discontinuing products. Between version 3 and 5, Standard and Professional versions were one product simply called Adobe Acrobat.
As of October 2009[update], the current main members of the Adobe Acrobat family are:
64px-adobe_reader.svg.png magnify-clip.pngAdobe Reader 8/9 Icon
  • Adobe Reader 9 (Windows, Mac and Unix)
  • Adobe Acrobat 9 (Windows & Mac only; no Unix version)
    • Adobe Acrobat 9 Standard
    • Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro
    • Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Extended (includes Adobe Presenter)

The latest version
Version 9.0 Adobe Acrobat 9.0 was released July 2008:[10][11]
  • PDF version 1.7 (and prior) supported. There are Adobe extensions to PDF 1.7 for Acrobat 9.
  • Product Family includes: Acrobat Standard 9 (Windows only), Acrobat Pro 9, Acrobat Pro Extended 9 (Windows only).
  • Pro Extended Version includes Adobe Presenter and the features of Acrobat 3D.
  • The ability to create Acroforms was restored to Acrobat Standard in this release (in versions 6 through 8, Acrobat Professional was required).
  • Enable real-time collaboration of PDFs with synchronized document views and chat.
  • Improved Web Capture for capturing entire web pages or just some parts into PDF.
  • Integration with to enable storage and sharing of PDF files.
  • Personalize a PDF Portfolio with customizable templates for navigation and branding.
  • Compare and highlight the differences between two versions of a PDF document.
  • Insert FLV (Flash) or H.264 video for direct playback in Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader.
  • Convert a variety of video formats to FLV for playback in PDF.
  • Create PDF maps by importing geospatial files that retain metadata and coordinates.
  • OCR PDFs (Paper Capture) using ClearScan. Adobe ClearScan technology creates custom Type1-CID fonts to match the visual appearance of a scanned document after optical character recognition (OCR). ClearScan does not replace the fonts with your system fonts or substitute them by Type1-MM (as in Acrobat 8 and earlier versions), but uses these newly created custom fonts. The custom fonts are embedded in the PDF file (this is obviously mandatory). If the OCR does not recognize a word with enough confidence, then the image (bitmap) of the word is shown in the PDF and the text is put above but hidden (same as what is made in "Searchable Image" mode).
  • Adobe Reader 9 drops support for Adobe Reader Extensions 5 and 6 which permit Adobe Reader client software to save changes to filled-in forms in PDFs. Adobe Reader Extensions 6.1 and newer are still supported. Legacy PDFs will still be viewable, however they will open with the warning "This document enables Reader capabilities that are no longer enabled in this Reader version."[12]
  • On March 10, 2009, Adobe Reader 9.1 was released which addresses a number of customer workflow issues and a critical security vulnerability while providing more stability.[13]
  • On May 12, 2009, Adobe Reader 9.1.1 was released which addresses two critical security vulnerabilities.[14]
  • On June 9, 2009, update version 9.1.2 was released which addresses a number of critical security vulnerabilities.[15]
  • On July 31, 2009, update version 9.1.3 was released which addresses a number of critical security vulnerabilities.[16]
  • On October 14, 2009, Adobe Acrobat 9.2 was released (added support for Windows 7 x86/x64 and fixed many security issues).[17]
  • On January 12, 2010, Adobe Reader 9.3 was released which addresses a number of critical security vulnerabilities.[18]
  • On February 16, 2010, Adobe Acrobat 9.3.1 was released which addresses two critical security vulnerabilities.[19]
  • On April 13, 2010, Adobe Acrobat 9.3.2 was released which addresses several critical security vulnerabilities.[20]

Jun 03, 2010 | Adobe Graphics Publishing, Design &...

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Have a Dell laptop. Have to fill in form in Adobe 9.

If the designer of the PDF document has correctly created the file, you can use the _free_ Adobe Reader software to "open" and then "fill-in" the form, and then "print" the modified PDF file.

P.S. Any "free" copy of Adobe 9 is a "bootleg", i.e., "unauthorized" copy, and the copy probably also contains a computer-virus. Stay away from counterfeit software!

Apr 05, 2010 | Graphics Publishing, Design & Multimedia...

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My system has adobe 9.1 but when i want to open some pdf it still says version 8 or 9 required

It sounds like you may have more than one version of Adobe Reader and/or Adobe Acrobat installed on your computer (not recommended) and the system is probably confused about which one to use when opening a .pdf document.
Right-click any .pdf file located on your system, and then, click Open With and then click Choose Default Program.

In the window that opens, select the program that you want your system to use when you open a .pdf file (in your case it should be Adobe Reader 9.1). It *should* be listed under the Recommended Programs section but if it is not then you will need to use the Browse button in order to located Adobe Reader on your system. If the correct program is already selected, then I suggest you unselect it and then reselect it. Make sure the "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file" check-box is checked. Then hit the OK button.
As stated earlier, it is not recommended (and not supported) for you to have more than one version of Adobe Reader installed at a time. You should do the following if the above solution does not work for you:
In Windows, go to Start Button > Control Panel > Programs > Uninstall a program
Look through the list of your installed programs for Adobe Acrobat and/or Adobe Reader. Uninstall them both (if you have more than one installed) then download and run the Microsoft Installer Cleanup Utility to remove all traces of Acrobat Reader.
Now re-install your latest version of Acrobat Reader only.

Oct 04, 2009 | Adobe Graphics Publishing, Design &...

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Why doesn't the lastest version of adobe reader dont want to download?

Hello there amarylis_la_.

Here's your GEEK-steer ...

Unfortunately, I wouldn't be able help solve your problem with downloading Adobe Reader without more detail.

However, I'll attempt to do you one better. I presume you are referring to the FREEWARE version of Adobe Reader, which you use only to READ (not create, edit, program, etc.) your .PDF files. Right?

If so, let me offer you a suggestion that will make your PDF reading world MUCH IMPROVED ... get rid of that slow, bloated Adobe Reader, and replace it with a dramatically better alternative: FoxIt Reader. Trust me, once you do, the only disappointment you'll have is in not knowing sooner there was such an alternative. FoxIt does EVERYTHING Adobe does, only mo' better.

In case you're wondering, "Why does it seem then the whole world uses Adobe Reader?" Merely one reason: Adobe is the company that many years ago created and developed the PDF file format. Therefore most folks aren't aware there even exists an alternative, and Adobe's enjoyed leader status in market-share ever since. So drop that zero, and get with the hero.

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Sep 27, 2009 | Adobe Graphics Publishing, Design &...

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I am unable to insall Adobe Acrobat any version

try using FOXIT PDF SUITE oxit PDF Suite
All Foxit PDF software in one easy to use installation.
Foxit PDF Creator (1.01 Build 2231)
Foxit PDF Editor (2.0 Build 1011)
Foxit PDF Page Organizer (2.93 Build 080116)
Foxit PDF Reader Pro Pack (2.2 Build 2129)

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Is there any way to open an Acrobat 9 file with Adobe Reader 5?

Download the Adobe Reader 9 software. It's free from Adobe.

Mar 01, 2009 | Adobe Acrobat 6.0 for PC

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Acrobat 7.1 shuts down after opening

Installing later version of Adobe Acrobat is sometime creating compatibility issue with previous installed Adobe Acrobat Pro.
Make a deep search for your condition on Adobe KB: for similar problem I had to Reinstall Adobe Pro AFTER an update of Reader free Sw.
Check this entry

Dec 29, 2008 | Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Professional for PC

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Adobe Reader version 8

Try this fix,
1.dowload windows installer cleanup utility from the following link.
Under more information, tab
2. Install and run the same from Start> All programs>windows installer cleanup utility.
3. In the box keep on selecting all items that say adobe and click remove. If you have multiple enteries might need to select them one by one.
4. Click on Start >My computer>Local Disk C:>Program files and delete the adobe folder
5. Restart your computer and again download and install adobe reader , it should work fine .

In case it still does not work and you need to open pdf files download
foxit reader from the following link


Jun 07, 2008 | Adobe Acrobat 7.0 for PC

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How to open PDF files with Adobe

Witch version your install first tell me I think your install acrobat 5.0 (simple) Click Start go to run type AcroRd32 press enter then open pdf supported software open next go to file menu click open wear your files is their then open ok support see this web

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