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I installed 8.1.2 this morning. Later, while trying to print a page from a catalog I got the message "One or more Adobe PDF Extensions are disabled." It then proceded to tell me how to fix the problem.
When I got to the "Manage Add-ons" list 100% of them were enabled ... not a single one disabled !
I really don't want to use the option to "not show this message again" as some day it might really count, neither do I want to see the error message every time I print something.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
I have the same problem with NO answer. Sorry, I hope someone answers you as I have searched and searched.
Try uninstalling reader, then using the Microsoft Installer Cleanup tool
to remove any residue. Then re-install Reader.
Well, at least we can share our consternation!
Mike, I did uninstall Reader, ran the Installer Cleanup tool and then reinstalled Reader. Same results. I'm thinking there's some interaction problem between Reader and XP (which has all its updates).
So, how do we submit a formal bug report?
Done. I'll let you know if I get any feedback. One thing I forgot to mention before is that I can make it happen most of the time just by trying to open up a PDF file under Internet Explorer.