I am unable to delete a page in my pdf (form). I get an error that says - "Incorrect structure in pdf found"....that's it. Can anyone give any insight into this and how I can fix it? I have to delete this page.
Thanks a lot.
Sounds like you created the form in Designer and are trying to delete pages in Acrobat. Can't be done. Once you go to Designer, you can no longer do such actions in Acrobat -- The Designer form is an XML form and not a classic PDF.
Thanks for the thought. No, it was created entirely in Acrobat. I looked up "structure" in the help and think it has to do with Tags and document structure but I don't have a clue how to do this. There are many excruciatingly time consuming processes in Acrobat (which I want to address in another thread) and troubleshooting this problem just seems like another one. My form contains tables with calculations (calculation order...irg!).
So, does this give any other clues?
Just had the same problem. I think the PDF may have been generated as a "tagged PDF". In my case, I'd generated the PDF from an XHTML document and the tagged option generated a file with a similar structure to the XHTML source.
When I removed this option I could extract and delete pages.
I hope this helps.
I too can't Extract due to- "Incorrect structure in pdf"
Why can't Adobe figure this out then add a button or run command to fix this. I have a 53 page file with fields (and quite a number of fields). I cannot find where the problem is. All of these posts and message never get answered in a straight forward manner. I shouldn't have to go through countless of web pages of possible solutions to include Adobe's forum...... STILL NO ANSWER.
I had to go to an older saved file and redo all the changes. C'mon, if the program tells me that there is an "Incorrect Structure" it should be able to tell me where!!!
I am, as are countless of others, waiting on the solution!
CS 5 will be my last upgrade if Adobe is unresponsive to it's faithful users!