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Acrobat X crashes when using Attach to Email

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Windows 7 Pro
Acrobat X Standard
Microsoft Outlook 2007

In Acrobat, when one of my users tries to attach a pdf to an email, Acrobat crashes.  We are aware we can first save the pdf, then go to Outlook and attach the pdf.

Any suggestions appreciated.

Thanks,
Brooks
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Have you tried File->Attach to Email option.?

Thanks!
Krish.
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We had a copy of Acrobat X Standard and Acrobat Reader X installed.  Removing Acrobat Reader solved the problem.
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We had a copy of Acrobat X Standard and Acrobat Reader X installed.  Removing Acrobat Reader solved the problem.
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