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There is no convert to PDF add-in in Reader.
There isn't one from Microsoft either.
So I assume this was a part of Acrobat.
It isn't recommended to have both Acrobat and Reader on the same
machine. Indeed, you may have allowed the install of Reader to
uninstall Acrobat - try reinstalling.
Thank you, Aandi.
Agree on first two points.
The add-ins were part of the Vaio/XP Professional and Vista Home Premium packages, whether part of Acrobat or not. The packages also included earlier versions of Reader. All this worked fine until Reader 9 came along.
Not technically minded, so forgive following questions, and many thanks in advance if you have time to reply:
1. Is Acrobat free? Or: how do I re-install Acrobat?
2. Is it possible to read PDFs with Acrobat?
The "Convert to PDF" add-in is PDF Maker 7.