I found that helpful input, yes.
The tech I spoke with told me to use a cleaner program to force erasure so
I could reinstall it.
He failed to tell me that you better be sure you have your original disk,
because you can't download AA8 via a web.
The best solution is to upgrade, which I would be more likely consider if
some consideration were given for all the headaches of trying to get AA8
back up and running.
The principal being "If you can't make what I already have work, why should
I pay for your update?"
I will continue to look for the disc and let you know how that goes....
Will do. Thanks for that. BTW... a tech might be wise to ASK if someone has their original disc of a version no longer supported on the web before telling them to use a cleaner to remove it. Then again he was doing me a favor since AA8 is not supposed to have any phone support, right? So thanks. Make me a better deal than $199 to upgrade to Acrobat X Pro & I might step up....
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