>It looks like there are some conflicts between Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat:
Aaaand that's the reason they don't recommend or support having both installed.
Use the Microsoft Installer Cleanup tool to remove all vestiges of
Acrobat and Reader in your registry then install either Acrobat or Reader.
This is not a solution, it is a work-around for bad programming practices.
I recently had a problem with links from one document to another for literature on our website. The problem was with both Acrobat and Reader where if I did not check the Internet Prefference "Display PDF in browser", the pdf document would download into my "Tempoary Internet Files" folder. From there it expected to find and open the linked document. Our literature website downloads all literature from a common folder on the host.
This problem came up after upgrading (or is it downgrading?) from Windows XP to Windows 7. It was not a problem with Windows XP.
The fix for links was to check Internet Prefference "Display PDF in browser". Now the fix for error 1316 is to UNCHECK Internet Prefference "Display PDF in browser".
I want both Acrobat and Reader loaded in my system so I can TEST the form or any changes I make from Acrobat.
I am really frustrated by this, especially when I get calls from my customers who are accessing our literature online and having the same problems. What do I tell them? Contact Adobe? NOT GOOD ENOUGH. GIVE ME A REAL SOLUTION, GUYS!!!
FYI: Try using FireFox or Opera browser. You may have better results.
This topic is three years old, and the situation with Acrobat X and Reader X has completely changed since then.
Maybe I should have created a new subject. What about my issue the links after upgrading from XP to Windows 7? This one is new.