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After upgarding from windows 2000 to xp adobe acrobat files dont open

After we upgraded at work when we export a file to a pdf it exports with 0 kb and gives an error msg saying that the file is damaged

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  • vaultedclove Jun 09, 2008

    this doesnt help. ive removed re-intsalled. tried repairing, changed to the latest adobe reader 8.0, no luck.

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I would start by removing and re-installing Adobe Acrobat.

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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