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PDFAChitect crashes when trying to delete pages

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when trying to delete a page in a pdf file, user keeps getting the unhandled error depicted.  how can this be resolved?
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Joe Winograd, EE MVE earned 500 total points
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It will be helpful to know if the problem is with that particular PDF file or with PDFArchitect. Two suggestions to figure that out:

(1) Use PDFArchitect to delete a page in a different PDF file — does it work or does it produce the same error?

(2) Use a different PDF product to delete a page in the same PDF file that crashes PDFArchitect. If you have Adobe Acrobat (Std or Pro), that can do it. If you don't have Acrobat, I suggest the excellent PDF-XChange Editor. You'll need the Pro version to delete pages, but you can see if it works on that PDF file by downloading the Pro trial (but the Free Version can't delete pages — only the Pro Version can). Regards, Joe
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thanks helped solve issue. used item 2 to help figure out issue. needed to purchase edit module.  Thanks again!
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You're welcome. I'm glad that helped you to solve the problem. Regards, Joe
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