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Hello,

I have a user using Access 2007 when they click on a PDF link within the database they get an error "A potential security concern has been identified. The location may be unsafe.

I first thought it was to do with the software SaveAsPDF not being installed. I then added the location in the trust center. And also added the domain under the trusted sites in explorer but no joy.

Any ideas?

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I found the answer was to uninstall Adobe Acrobat reader and reinstall it. Thanks for your help guys much appreciated.
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