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Re: I deleted some programs off of my computer that I...
Do a search for 'all files and folders' - search for both Company Name and then Program Name, (such as Webroot and Spysweeper, or Adobe and Photoshop) with the options "Search system folders", "Search hidden files and folders" and "Search subfolders" checked. Delete all of those files found. You should do this search and delete whenever you uninstall any programs. It will remove lots and lots of leftover junk files and corrupted files taking up room on your hard drive. It will also give you a "clean install" when you reinstall or install an updated program. (Do this ESPECIALLY when updating to a NEW anti-virus programs and “Internet Security Suite” programs such as McAfee or Norton etc.)
Download and install "Registry Mechanic" then do all the updates prior to running it and removing anything for the first time. This will get rid of all your current Registry errors, prior to installing or reinstalling programs.
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Acrobat reader is free. Acrobat pro is not free.
There are other free programs to create PDF's. Really, Adobe is offering the readers for all systems for free. Be aware sometimes PDF files are password protected. You even can't read them with acrobat reader, if you don't have the password. Just visit the Adobe website to download a free version for your system.
Now you can get the 11 version here: Adobe Adobe Reader free PDF viewer download
If you're talking about a .PSD file, you can use Photoshop to open it up and edit it. However, if you mean an Adobe Acrobat file like a PDF, you'll need to use the program called "Adobe Acrobat." Otherwise, please specify which file format you're needing.
Note that this answer assumes you are using a PC. Try using the task manager to close Acrobat. To do so, hold down the Ctrl and Alt keys and then push the Delete key. The task manager window should open and Adobe Acrobat should be on the list of running programs. Click on it and then click on the "end task" button below the text box witht the list of programs. If Acrobat still won't stop, give it a few minutes, then click on the process tab which will switch to a list of running processes, and end any process with Adobe or Acrobat in the title. This may cause your computer to restart, though. Once its off, I would recomend that you uninstal the program.
If you don't already know how to uninstal a program, here it is. click on start and click on "control panel" on the start menu. When the control panel window opens, click on "add and remove programs". This will open a new window with a list of programs installed on your computer. On the list, click on adobe acrobat. There should be a button marked remove. Click it and click on yes when the next widow to open asks if you want to remove the program.
Hi Jerry! Adobe Acrobat is indeed a excellent PDF editing program. However, you are having trouble on it, why don't you use another software. You can try LightPDF. This program is much easier to use and comes with several useful features such as OCR function and converter. Try it here: https://lightpdf.com/
I was able to remove Adobe 7.0.9 by getting feed back from "question to google crowd"!
1. I had to download a program that removed the "setup" from the Adobe 7.0.9 on my computer.
2.I then downloaded Adobe 8.1 (with the understanding that since "7.0.9" now had no setup instructions" there would be no problem with the "8.1" download) -
3.Once "8.1" was downloaded I went to "ADD/REMOVE" and removed "7.0.9" - this time it worked just fine - no message that I had to find a folder with "7.0.9" .
4.After removing "7.0.9" I removed "8.1" with the ADD/REMOVE program;
5.All Adobe was removed from the computer..I then downloaded ADOBE 9 from Adobe's website.
6.I went to my portfolio to check it out and the pages came up without a hitch.
Goodluck to those who have had a similar problem.
The reason why it will not uninstall is because it is not in there try to reinstall it by going to the Adobe page here: http://www.adobe.com and download the latest if you are still having problems it will be your installer youll need to fix that.