Adobe Professional Acrobat plugin in Word 2007 won't work, program attampts to load and then crashes

Posted on 2009-04-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
After migrating some PC's to a new domain, one of the client PC's is having a problem. They have Adobe Acrobat 8 and Office 2007 installed, and now when they access the Acrobat tab whilst in Word 2007 and attempt to create a pdf to edit (add watermarks, etc), the program starts loading and then crashes. Another machine on the same network with the same 2 programs (which runs Vista) had no such problem. On this machine, you open up a word document, select the acrobat tab and create a pdf that can then be editted. Any hints or clues as to where I should look??
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    Hi there;

    I think the following link will ease your problem:

    By the way, you have a typo in your question title: Adone Professional Acrobat ...

    Best regards...
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    Uninstall Adobe Acrobat 8, Restart PC and re-install
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    by:Joanne M. Orzech
    Fixed typo

    Joanne Orzech
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    Thanks JOrzech for fixing the typo
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    Any Updates epicit?

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