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I replaced a older pdf with newer one sent by client .when tested in live site then it gives error message Acrobat may not display the page correctly .Please contact the person who created the PDF document to correct the problem .and this specifically occurs when its downloading and you scroll it in that time.I need to fix this issue kindly help.

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All over the world the compatibility issue works higher up and not loswer down...i.e.
if you have created a doc in MS Word 2003 then you can open it in Word2007 and not the other way...
in the similar way a PDF doc created in Adobe Acrobat 7 cannot be viewed in the lower version

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Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.x not displaying some PDFs correctly


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1. Click Add file button to add a file.
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3. In the Add file dialog box, click Advanced button.
4. Set File Type to Binary in the combo box.

Also if this guide can't help you, look at next resources...

http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/adobe/adobe-aa/pdf/1409-corrupted-adobe-pdf-files - in case you can't restore your .pdf file manually
https://www.repairtoolbox.com/pdfrepair.html PDF Repair Toolbox - alternative solution with free demo version
http://www.instructables.com/answers/How-to-repair-corrupted-PDF-files/ - where you see similar trouble and offers for struggling with it

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Try to download the file again or if it was sent to you via email, have the sender verify they can open the file & resend it. There are tools you can use to try to fix problems in PDF files, but they should be used as a last resort since they cannot fix all errors without data loss or corruption.

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You will need to configure an email client (an application you install on your computer) to retrieve emails from your email provider.

Windows operating systems come with email clients pre-installed.
For newer versions such as Windows 7 and 8 you can use windows live mail (You may need to download it
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-live/essentials-other#essentials=overviewother)

For older version of Windows such as XP you should have "Outlook Express" (Not to be confused with Microsoft Outlook, which is a part of Microsoft Office)

After you decide which email client you would like to use, you can follow the email providers instructions. I'll assume for now you are wanting to check a gmail account since you posted your email address (Please refrain from posting emails on public sites when possible)

For gmail setup instructions you can follow this link to gmails settings page.

https://support.google.com/mail/troubleshooter/1668960?hl=en

Note: You will have to enable the POP / IMAP feature in your gmail settings before any mail will be sent to your client. All this information is covered in the instructions in the link I have provided.

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Adobe Reader could not open 'filename.pdf'" because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been corrupted (for example, it was sent as an email attachment and wasn't correctly...


Help with PDF Documents Some documents on Maine.gov are provided in PDF format. In order to view or print PDF documents, you need the free Adobe Reader. Generally, you will find an alternative format is also provided for the document, such as Microsoft Word, HTML, or plain text. If you cannot access a document in PDF format and there is no alternative version, please contact the agency or contact the Maine.gov webmaster for assistance.
Adobe PDF-to-HTML Online Conversion Tool
We've provided solutions for some common PDF issues below.
General Tips: Problem 1: Blank Page in Browser You have selected to download a file and you receive a blank page with a "Done" message at the bottom of the browser. This may be because you do not have enough space in your temporary internet file folder to complete the download.
Solution: Internet Explorer: Tools> Internet Options> Temporary Internet Files> select Delete Files
Netscape: Edit> Preferences> Under Category on the left Advanced> Cache> click Clear Memory Cache
Problem 2: Blank Page "%PDF" You received an error message containing "% PDF" or you have received a blank page while trying to download. This is due to a problem with your web browser not opening .pdf documents correctly.
Solution: Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0: Edit> Preferences> General> Options> Web Browser Options> make sure the Display PDF in Browser box is not checked.
Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0 and newer: Edit > Preferences > Internet > make sure the Display PDF in Browser box is not checked.
Problem 3: "Error Locating Object Handler" You receive an error message that says "Error Locating Object Handler" while trying to download a document. This is because there is a dependency with a plug-in for Adobe Acrobat while using Internet Explorer.
Solution: Please go to the following website for detailed instructions: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q262213
Problem 4: Unable to Print You have successfully downloaded the pdf, can view it on your computer screen but are unable to print. This is due to a post script error with your printer.
Solution: In any Acrobat Reader program: File > Print > check the Print As Image box > OK
Problem 5: "Adobe Reader could not open file" You received the error message "Adobe Reader could not open 'filename.pdf'" because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been corrupted (for example, it was sent as an email attachment and wasn't correctly decoded).
Solution: Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0: Edit> Preferences> Internet> make sure the Display PDF in Browser box is not checked.

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Go to Adobe's web site and download the latest Adobe Acrobat "Reader".

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The PDF document contains data in Japanese and needs the support package to display the correct Japanese characters. This is common with files on websites of Japanese companies even thought the document may contain English language also. You can simply cancel and then view the document English text but the Japanese text will not be displayed and you will see various garbage and blank spaces instead. Alternatively, you could simply install the support package. This will then enable Acrobat reader to correctly display Japanese characters. Note: you can also get a similar message if you access a document in Chinese which will then prompt you to install the Chinese support package!

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Adobe reader error message


In Internet Explorer, when you click on a link to a pdf file,
you get the error message “Adobe Reader could not open ‘filename.fdf’ because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been corrupted.”


This error is due to an issue with Adobe Acrobat viewing PDF files in a web browser.
Try the following:

1. Open Internet Explorer, go to Tools -> Internet Options and on the General tab to erase all temporary files, cookies and history data.
2. Under Internet Explorer -> Tools -> Internet Options, on the General tab click on Settings and make sure you select the option “Automatically” for checking for newer versions of the stored pages. Then attempt to open the PDC file again.
3. If solutions 1 and 2 do not work then uninstall Adobe Acrobat, then reinstall it again.
It seems that Acrobat 6 is more prone to this error so upgrading to Acrobat 7 may solve the problem.

All d best.

Any furthur help feel free to ask me again i will be more than happy to assist you.

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If you are using acrobat professional, uninstall the application completely.clean the registry using some registry cleaning software (tune up utilities for example). Restart the machine. Reinstall acrobat professional.

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Dear Wendy,

This can happen because of multiple reason:

a) It isn't your fault. The file publisher has not correctly made pdf or its corrupt and won't work on your system because all pdf files can be opened in almost all versions.

b)You might like to check your adobe 8.1 settings for complete installation. Have you correctly installed the program. Also check if you are able to other pdf files on your system or not.

c) you can also try an older version of acrobat, which i doubt should affect the problem.

Finally check the file extensions and password protection problems.

If that was helpful please press solved.

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Try printing then scanning the PDF.

(Or spend the money to install Adobe Acrobat -- and I do not mean just the READER program)

 

I have no clue about your "error message displayed is saying that the documents contain renderable files."

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