If it's Windows, uninstall in the usual way with the (Add/Remove) Programs Control Panel.
Most importantly, if the trial is finished you need to uninstall Acrobat NOT Reader. Then repair Reader.
TY very much. As you typed that I was uninstalling Reader. So, I uninstalled Reader, and the Reader dictionary (I will try to do a fresh new download of the free Adobe reader later). Adobe support did uninstall the acrobat trial when I had called them. That was what Adobe did but it did not fix the problem and enable reader to print. Again I used to be able to print PDFs fine with reader before this stupid trial. I see that I also have a program called acrobat.com. Can I uninstall that?? I do not have any other acrobat product on this computer. The only other adobe products I have are photoshop elements 4.0 and flash player 11 ActiveX. I want to take any unneeded adobe stuff off and do the free download again. Today I also made sure all Windows updates are current and installed.
Acrobat.com is no longer supported, and you should uninstall it.