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Adobe Acrobat X Pro Not converting Web Page to PDF

Posted on 2012-03-20
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I am trying to convert a webpage to a pdf with Acrobat and when I click on the convert button on the tool bar it gives me an error.  I have attached the screen shot of the error and the page itself.
WebPDF.pdf
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by:leakim971
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Please provide the link to the page

You can try to use Chrome, print the page to choose save as PDF
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by:rangersal1
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I included the link with the attachment.
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It was a software issue.  Uninstalled the software and re-installed.  It works now.  Sometimes the easiest method of troubleshooting works the best.
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Found the solution the old school. Just re-install. No points.
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