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Saving PDF files in Sharepoint after they have been modified

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I am opening up a pdf file from Sharepoint and adding pages to it. When I go to save it back I get an error message saying "Acrobat cannot access the network. Please verify your computer's network connection and try again". This only happens on one library.
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my only thought is to give the complete path of the library in the File save dialog box. For example, http://mysparepointsite/collab/vikrant/document.pdf This will work provided that you have sufficient permissions.
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