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I have a custome with two computer. Both are running Outlook 2013. One computer has Reader XI (the free one) but has a ADOBE Tab in Outlook that let his convert emails to PDFs. I did not think this the free version came with Outlook integration did it?

Yet this second computer actually has Acrobat 8 Professional tey not integration with Office or Outlook. What am I missing? What no integration with 8 Professional?
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Acrobat 8 PDF Maker will not function with Office 2013. You need at least Adobe Standard or above V10 or possibly even V11 for Office 2013.

 One computer has Reader XI (the free one) but has a ADOBE Tab in Outlook  <-- Standard may be been installed and removed. PDF Maker does not appear in Outlook or Word with my other computer with Adobe Reader and Office 2016.
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John is correct - according to Adobe, Acrobat 8 is only compatible up to Office 2007

https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/compatible-web-browsers-pdfmaker-applications.html
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@LockDown32 - Thanks and I was happy to help
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