I have the same problem, someone pleas help !
Tried uninstalling and reintalling, but to no effekt.
Maybe there are no Swedish language suport ?
Mine come up HUGE. So huge they're out of bounds of my window an no text is readable. This happens for the print dialog and preferences dialog and any security dialog boxes. All I can do is hit ESC to back out or Enter to accept whatever default button is highlighted. I'm a Yankee so there *shouldn't* be any issues with English language support.
Uninstalling an installing AdobeReaderX did not help for me, however ...
For me the "solution" was to uninstall AdobeReaderX and install AdobeReader-9.4.6, then it works.
Here we are in 2013 and this problem is still happening. You would think that in the course of two years Adobe would have figured out how to prevent this from happening. I am having the same problem when trying to print from IE8 in Win XP.
It turns out, that for me, this issue was caused by Windows Update KB2753842. Simply uninstalling this update using the Add/Remove Programs i the Control Panel fixed everything for me.
SEE THREAD: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1295877
Message was edited by: David40The Real
I Tryed this, but i dident work on my computer. The same problem with the dropscreen box for printing " no tekst at the buttoms". I removed adobe XI installed 10.1 it dident work. Remowed it and installed adobe 9.5 Now adobe works. I am happy now. I had a guy from IT dep. todayto solve my adobe problems, he used several hours, with no results. Expensive time spended when the problems probably belongs to microsoft
Thanks for a good discussion forum
Absolutely a Microcrud problem, but their answer is to force every company that makes any software you have installed create a patch to fix their problem. I believe there are several MS Updates that cause this. After I uninstalled the Update above everything was working till the next day and then the same thing happened again. It's almost like the Update healed itself. I ended up rolling back my computer from an old disk clone I had done several weeks prior to applying a bunch of XP Updates using AutoPatcher. Now I am back fully operational. The best advice I can offer is to only install MS Updates one component at a time and test everything after each one. Then, if something isn't working at least you know which Update to uninstall or avoid. What a pain!