I have the new Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro for Windows. It asked, during install, to remove my 8 Pro version, which I said yes. When it was done installing it said that I had to 'deactivate' my 8, which I did not do (it couldn't do it for me, either).
1. When I open 9 Pro it doesn't have the 'pretty' screen I got using 8, which gave all the different options (combine files, etc) using icons. Can I get that back?
2. When I create a pdf with multiple documents (this is the only feature I've used so far in 9 Pro), the END USER cannot open the pdf. It gives the following Adobe Reader error:
There was an error opening this document. The file is damaged and could not be repaired.
What do I do?
Bernd Alheit, Nov 24, 2008 8:01 AM
Go to View > Toolbars and select what you want to have access to.
How were the files combined and saved? To fix a damaged file you can try to Save As the file or run it thru Distiller.
I want to be able to see the INTRO screen that was the default screen in version 8. How do I get THAT screen?
I combined two files and did SAVE AS and REPLACED the other same named file (that was originally created in version 8). The end user got that error message, so I created a NEW pdf combining two .doc files and saved it as a new pdf and the end user still could not open it.