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PDFMaker Addin in PowerPoint 2007 can't be activated

Posted on 2011-09-30
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I have a user whos PDFMaker icons has disapered in PowerPoint.
If I go to AddIns, I can see it lies under the Disabled category. If I then opens the Administer Addin's I can check PDFMaker, but when I press OK and goes back into the Administer Addins the check has been removed again.
I have tried to repair Adobe, and running the Office Dignostics with no result.

I have been to the HKLM\..PowerPoint\Addins but there is only some BTSendTo addin.
PDFmaker works in Word, but in the HKLM\..\Word\Addin theres also only the BTSendTO entry, so I belive it should not be there.

I tried in PowerPoint to add the path to the PDFMaker dll to trusted paths and tried to enable all macros but still no joy.

Any one has something I could try?

Regards Lars Mortensen
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Spot on, thanks.
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