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    Petrice Sullivan commented  · 

    Up until the recent release, I have been able to right mouse click on a number of files (usually word documents) in Windows Explorer, select Combine Files and Acrobat DC will open them and combine them into one PDF file called binder1.pdf. Now, when I do the same action, it opens the 'combine files' window, converts the first file to PDF and then the process seems to hang, even though the blue progress bar at the bottom is moving, nothing happens. Previously the process was very quick and converted and combined 10 documents in the time that it now takes to convert one file (and didn't hang).

    When I select the same files, right mouse click and select convert to PDF, I am then asked to save to PDF for the same file twice. As you can imagine, this gets tedious trying to convert 10 documents at a time.

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