Unable to "save-as," export, or e-sign a PDF document.
Error message when trying to export as another PDF file type, or as another PDF with normal "save as":
"The File may be read-only, or another user may have it open. Please save the document with a different name or in a different folder."
I am using Acrobat 9 Pro on a Mac OS Sierra 10.12.6.5 votes
using Flattener Preview to convert text to outline, Adobe v2017.012.20095 duplicate files with font, even with watermark1 vote
DC Pro is totally unreliable, whether creating a pdf, trying to access a pdf or saving the program displays "DC Pro not responding. Happens very frequently making the program useless. Have worked with support 3 times no resolve. Occurs on both my WIN10 and WIN7 computers, never had a problem with ver 7 through 10. Pay lots for DC team but will have to look for another vendor.6 votes
When I send emails with PDF's as attachments, the PDF's are not showing up in the email at the recipient's end. Word and XL doc's , etc. work just fine... WTF?!2 votes
I am not sure if this is an Acrobat issue. But still, are you facing this issue with any particular email client?
If you have the "new" DC Reader...get rid of it.
The phrase "Not Responding" shows up more than a taxi in New York City.
This has got to be the crappiest Adobe product I've ever had the displeasure of working with.
I've told my company's IT department to start looking for something else.
Acrobat Reader DC is pure American ****.1 vote
I suggest you update your Reader to the latest version and if you still face any issues please elaborated them and allow us to help you.
please review your software, it keeps crashin on my iMac, just rubbish product1 vote
Sorry for the inconvenience, kindly share your machine details along with the Acrobat version.
my texts is all symbols when I display a PDF1 vote
I've created an Action Wizard that does the following:
-Runs Preflight to convert to PDF/A-1a
-Saves to a Local Folder, appending "_A-1a" to the end of the file name.
That's it. I can run this Action Wizard on individual PDFs no problem. But when I use the "Add Files..." option to run this wizard on multiple files, the Action Wizard begins, but crashes Acrobat after the first file. This has been the case for the last few updates to Acrobat DC (15.23.20056.213124), but did used to work with Acrobat DC and previous versions of Acrobat. This is on macOS 10.12.3.3 votes
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