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You don't give us much to go on, but you don't need to use Acrobat to e-mail a PDF file.
Assuming that you have a valid PDF file (i.e., you can open it in either Acrobat or Reader), all you typically need to do to e-mail a PDF file is to “attach” it to the e-mail you are sending to someone. Some e-mail clients simply let you drag and drop a file onto the e-mail to which the file is to be attached. Alternately, most e-mail clients (whether dedicated programs such as Outlook or web browser clients) have an Attach File function that prompts you with a file dialog that allows you to specify the file(s) to be attached to the e-mail.
It should be that simple. Try this and let us know whether that helps you!
i tried sending it with different ways even without the adobe but it doesen't get opened to the reciever it says exaclly this
If this message is not eventually replaced by the proper contents of the document, your PDF
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and i have some attatchments to this file and i'm using adobe acrobat pro dc trial
Don't open the file inside a browser. Save it locally and then open it directly in Acrobat/Reader.
and if i send it to someone does he have to do the same thing so he can see it ??
okay thanks a lot