Emailing .pdf from Acrobat Reader

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2012-08-10
We are running Adobe Acrobat Reader X and using Outlook 2011 as the email client.  When I choose email as attachment, I get the message "An error occurred while trying to create a mail document.  Acrobat is unable to complete your request."

Is there a place in Acrobat Reader to change the email client it is using?  

Any other suggestions on how to make this work?

Question by:ecdvm
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    Office 2011 on Mac is not an officially supported email client for  Acrobat 9 and Acrobat X.

    You could try the workaround specified in

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