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Look for different software.
Thanks, I'll pass the word along to other admins in the group.
The problem is that you are using Reader and Acrobat on the same computer. This is not a supported configuration. The cause of the problem is the design of Windows. Is it possible that Adobe could address the issue, the answer is yes. HOWEVER, since that is a small problem compared to other issues that exist, Adobe probably won't spend resources that would tempt more people to have issues with a problemsome unsupported configuration. There are non-Reader pdf viewers that might satisfy some of your needs.
Yeah, that's what I said, makes sense if you want to sell more versions of Acrobat. The thing is; the only piece that has changed in this equation is Adobe, not MS's OS. I have other graphical software that I use to read with one and edit with another, this is not a problem except with Adobe. And again, the bottom line is, it doens't matter whose "fault" it is, Acrobat is not worth the what the latest version costs to our company and the cost to keep reader working has grown beyond it's worth as well. Like you said, there are other solutions I was just looking to verify my conclusion.
I do appreciate the replies!!