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Adobe Acrobat 8 standard unable to Insert pages.

In Adobe Acrobat 8 Standard, under Documents, all items are grayed out. This is a corporate environment. I have one user with this problem. If the PC is logged onto as admin, Adobe works just fine. This user is setup with the same set of perms and group memberships as other users. I even uninstalled then re-installed the program.

I appreciate any ideas rather than having to re-create this users profile.

Thanks in advance.

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  • chaus Jul 20, 2009

    No. We do have Symantec AntiVirus, but that doesn't interfere with any applications.

  • chaus Jul 20, 2009

    No. We do have Symantec AntiVirus, but that doesn't interfere with any applications.

  • Richard Tirado May 11, 2010

    Any programs such as Comodo or McAfee (that can control applications) holding it back?

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