Windows 7 pro default mail program, Nirto PDF and Office 2010

Hello.

So Office 2010 trial updated full version, Nitro PDF cannot see default mail program (Outlook 2010) when try to send PDF to attachment default mail program.

Office 2010 settings and it is default mail program, so why NitroPDF cannot see it?
Raikka_Asked:
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Raikka_Connect With a Mentor Author Commented:
Reinstall Outlook helps problem solved
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aderse02Commented:
Is there any harm in saving the PDF to your documents folder and then attaching it to an email?

One more step, but at least it works.
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Brian GeeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
So (to understand this correctly) did you have Office 2010 Trial with Nitro PDF installed and all worked well? Then you "updated full version" and now Nitro PDF does not recognize Outlook 2010 as the default email client? Or did Nitro PDF always have an issue with recognizing Outlook 2010 as the default email client?

Could we try fully uninstalling and then reinstalling Nitro PDF if the issue only recently started after the update to the Full Version of Office 2010?
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Raikka_Author Commented:
No, so Nirtopdf was installed after Office 2010 trial was updated to full version.

We try uninstall nitroPDF and reinstall...

Thanks
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Brian GeeCommented:
Good, try that and let us know how it goes.

In the meantime, was there an error message that came up when NitroPDF tries to attach a PDF to an email? If so, is there any notable text that you might be able to post up here? If not, is NitroPDF launching up another email client instead of Outlook 2010?
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Raikka_Author Commented:
No it cannot see email program at all, Office 2010 ---> settings there Office is default Mail application
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Brian GeeCommented:
So essentially, when you run the NitroPDF process to attach a PDF document to an email, nothing happens, right? No error, nothing happens, correct?
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Brian GeeCommented:
Heading to bed, but I will check back here during the daylight hours...
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Raikka_Author Commented:
yes
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