My computer is running Windows 7 , CS5 (acrobat 9 pro) and Office 2007 suite (Access).
I did not have any problem with Access07 until last Friday.
Today I found that Acrobat tool bar is gone in Access 2007. So I want not able to convert any Access files into pdf file.
When I checked, all other office programs (word, excel, etc) retained Acrobat tool bar.
It seems that Acrobat was disabled in Access2007 during last few days. I wonder how this happened and how to restore acrobat toolbar.
Need your assistance.
You can try to repair the installation (under the Help menu). If that doesn't work we need to look further. It could be that something changed on your system that is causing the issue. Did you install any updates to office, your OS or Acrobat recently? What version of Acrobat 9 are you running? Are you running Windows 7 service pack 1?
To trouble shoot you have been given the info. However, the statement that you cannot create a PDF is likely incorrect, just that you can't do it with PDF Maker. Just print to the Adobe PDF printer in such a case until you get the repair done.
I was too busy to visit this forum.
As Bill@VT mentioned, I could make pdf file using PDFMaker.
Anyway, I solved the problem today. I have a mirror image of C-partitions saved two weeks ago using Acronis True Image.
I restoed it today. Bingo!. Disappeared Acrobat tool bar is recovered today.
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