Question about Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional
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
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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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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