Question about Adobe Computers & Internet
When I open PDF files on a particular web site I get a 'file damaged' message (also get that when I download files from Web Site and then try and read). I have now discovered all people using XP get same problem but all using Vista can read same files with no problem. Any ideas what is wrong or what I might try to narrow down the cause?
The offending files were WORD Docs converted to PDF using three different free file converters and loaded via Filezilla.
Further investigation has shown I can read files on the same web site that were converted using full Adobe and a Vista operating system.
Have you tried to update your Adobe from their website? Could solve the problem. Could also be a problem when you loaded them from Filezilla. Under properties on the file, maybe selecting the version of program you want to open it could help.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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