I have encountered something similar to this problem and had written this note to myself:
To resolve this problem, I changed QTP's Record & Run Settings to only look at the Reader application. This might have been the trick but I also needed to restart QTP and/or Reader to record a checkpoint [or otherwise spy on objects] correctly.
The Record & Run Settings are specific to each project (each Test in QTP), so if you create a new Test/project in QTP, you will need to redefine these settings.
Hope that helps.
Thanks for the suggestion Brent. No luck I'm afraid.
When I checked the sample tests they were already pointed to the reader.
I also tried to record with a new test after setting the Record and run setting but it still didn't work.
Now I'm wondering if APTT is suppported for QTP10.0 and Acrobat X.
Did you find any solution?It clearly says APTT suppports Acrobat 9.2 and QTP10.0.
Nope. It support 9.2 but not Acrtobat 10 which was what I was using.
The plugin with Acrobat 10 support is currently slated to be released around June.