Hi jone5753251 ,
Try to download the Dictionary pack for your product from here - Adobe - Adobe Reader : For Windows . Scroll down the page to the bottom, there you will get the Add-ons section.After downloading,restart the computer.
Let us know if face any issue .
Shivam, the link you provided is for the free Adobe Reader DC (and older Reader versions), and not for Adobe Acrobat DC. The problem occurs in Adobe Acrobat DC (in my case, on a Mac running OS X 10.10.5). I doubt that the Reader dictionaries will help with this problem. There was never before the need to download dictionaries for Adobe Acrobat, so I would be surprised if that is a new requirement with Adobe Acrobat DC. Here is a screenshot of the message:
Also, if this really would be fixed by downloading optional dictionaries, the error message should certainly not refer to a corrupt installation.
Hi Karl ,
Certainly, this is not a requirement with Adobe Acrobat DC ,but before going for the re-installation process,adding dictionary manually could have fixed it.
@Jon , Kindly run the ccleaner tool from here - Download Adobe Reader and Acrobat Cleaner Tool - Adobe Labs. Then restart the computer and reinstall the Acrobat . If that doesn't fix the issue, try to create a new user account and see if it works.
Hope it helps
As far as I can tell, the dictionary download is only for Windows (it's an .msi installer file), so how would I try to add the dictionary on a Mac?
Running Acrobat as a new user on the same system shows the same problem, so it's not related to the user account, but seems to be caused by something on the system level.
The Cleaner tool also is Windows-only. Where are these dictionaries located?
I have recently actually couple days ago purchased a subscription from Adobe for acrobat dc and I already are seeing no dictionaries message on my Mac version of acrobat, what is the solution to this does anyone know Please ?
Is acrobat a product that is full of merry go round problems I certainly do not want this product as can do without the headache also do not want to pay for a professional program from a professional company that is unprofessionally marketed for sale in this manner
Hi gregg9222507 ,
Try to enable root user and then reinstall Acrobat DC.
To enable root user,visit this link:Enabling and using the "root" user in OS X - Apple Support
Let us know if you face any issue.
Is this the case for Mac OS Sierra 10.12.1 Seems like a problem with the installer
I enabled the root user. Logged in as root. Uninstalled Acrobat. Reinstalled Acrobat. Logged out as root. Logged in as my normal user. Disabled root. Still getting the message.
I really doubt that creating the root user is the key to getting this fixed: If Acrobat would require a root user to function properly, I assume that would be spelled out in the installation instructions, or explained during the installation. Anything else in Acrobat works correctly without enabling the root user, which not looking for these dictionaries (or installing them in the first place)?
The only time I’ve heard about enabling the root user is to fix installation problems (see here: Troubleshoot issues with updating Acrobat or Reader on Mac OS) - this problem does not sound like your "normal" installation problem: Everything else got installed correctly, so we are not dealing with a situation that should require special rights.
I am also dealing with this problem. Let me repeat the question that I asked back in August: Where are these dictionaries located? Adorobat - any ideas?
Is there a real answer for this issue?
I also have the same problem - Adobe Acrobat Pro DC on a Mac with the endless message, "No dictionaries were found. Your installation might be corrupted." I have also tried several solutions with no luck. Thanks to everyone that have offered ideas, but the error seems to remain.
This has been going for two years. Surely someone at Adobe should be providing an answer to this problem. That would be the meaning of "Customer Service", won't it?