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Adobe Acrobat document just vanishes when I go to PRINT

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I have a user with Adobe Acrobat 10.1.6 (the same as me) and on my PC I can open an adobe document, go to FILE and PRINT and select Adobe PDF(from the drop down menu) and click PRINT. It asks for a file name, which I change, and I point to where I want to save it and it saves while opening as the new named document. I am assuming this is all norml Adobe operation. I have a user that does the same process as me, but when she renames the document and points to a location, either her documents folder, C drive or a network share,  The documents begins to process then just vanishes into CYBER SPACE. When I go to Windows 7 search, I search for the new document name and it appears to come up but will not open and acts like I am pointing to a short cut that points to nothing. I have tried the adobe repair, but no luck. Is this maybe a setting or do I just have a corrupt install of Adobe?
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Did you try to repair Acrobat

Open the file and make sure all other programs are closed.

Click "Help"

-then-

Click "Repair Acrobat Installation"
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yes I ran the repair, no luck
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i ended up unistalling and reinstalling, but thanks for the good input
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