Question about Adobe Acrobat 6.0 for PC
My first suggestion is to print the document, but instead of using a printer, select, "Adobe PDF," for the output. If you've never done that, you find it by clicking: 'File,' and then, "Print..." and then open the scroll box which shows your default printer.
As far as updates go, you need to update as a habit. I have my Adobe Updater set to update all my Adobe software once a week. Under your 'Help' menu, select the choice for updates (my version: Acrobat 8.0 Professional says: Search for Updates) and download and install any and all updates suggested. Repeat this action until it replies: "No updates found."
You may need to increase the size of your computer's memory or at least allow Windows to use part of your HDD as memory. If that doesn't help, you might need to 'downsize' your graphics in your PowerPoint file. I've found many people's problems with PowerPoint slideshows acting up have been due to having pictures of several different formats and most often pictures which are way too large. If you change the embedded graphics to JPEG's and make them as small as possible (without making them too grainy) and save your presentation with only JPEG's that have been downsized, you may find that you can make a PDF out of the file.
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