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I when saving documents on Adobe I go to create pdf, save multiple files, and its usually while I am choosing the files I want to save that adobe shuts completely down. Whta can I do to fix this.

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Sounds like you need more memory for your computer. If you can navigate to your computer's memory controls, and allow your operating system to use a portion of your hard disk drive (HDD) as RAM (maybe 2Gb or so) it may solve your issue. Otherwise, try creating smaller PDF's even single-page ones, and then use Acrobat's command to 'join' them into a single PDF. You can easily orient the pages later.

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Hello, Robert -

I hope I am correct in assuming you have the user's manual for the HP Photosmart C4480. Just in case you do not, this is the link to the web page where you can download and save the manual (PDF format - Adobe Acrobat Reader software needed, free):

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Once you have entered the file name, click or tap on the SAVE button.

Note: I always like to open the saved document from the Documents folder to verify it was saved. Plus, my scanner attaches a number at the end of every file name. After closing out the saved document and closing the scanner winder, I go back and Edit the file name, removing the added number (digits) from the saved file name.

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