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Hi,
I am trying to open a PDF file and at the very top of the document reads the following:

"Javascript must be enabled to view this document, please enable Javascript and reopen the document."

I have gone into the EDIT > PREFERENCES menu and the option for "enable acrobat javascript" is already check-marked.

I have tried this PDF on other computers and it opens just fine.

I am using Windows XP - service pack 3
Error is occuring in Adobe Acrobat Reader v 9.0

Any help would be tremendously appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
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reinstall Adobe its corrupt
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