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Getting a message about and error on page.

When we open a PDF we created in acrobat 8.0 pro, we get an error message stating:
An error exists on this page. Acrobat may not display the page correctly. Please contact the person who created the PDF document to correct the problem.
Unfortuneately we have no idea what the problem is. Can you help us make this go away?
Thanks, ~Wendy~

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Re: Getting a message about and error on page.

Dear Wendy,

This can happen because of multiple reason:

a) It isn't your fault. The file publisher has not correctly made pdf or its corrupt and won't work on your system because all pdf files can be opened in almost all versions.

b)You might like to check your adobe 8.1 settings for complete installation. Have you correctly installed the program. Also check if you are able to other pdf files on your system or not.

c) you can also try an older version of acrobat, which i doubt should affect the problem.

Finally check the file extensions and password protection problems.

If that was helpful please press solved.

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

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