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I had to downgrade my operating system from Snow Leopard back to Leopard as the former was simply non-functional, causing endless crashes. I reinstalled 10.5 and everything works fine except Acrobat Pro version 9. I have tried reinstalling it from the original disks but it crashes soon after I launch the application. I have tried deleting all the files that seem to be related to Acrobat to no avail. Any ideas? GReg

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Acrobat should have an Uninstaller included with it.
If not try this site for info.
http://software.informer.com/getfree-uninstaller-acrobat

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