Yes, I agree that this is a user-to-user forum. Maybe something will change in 2019 with another magic update. Well, you are right that it makes sense to look at the interaction of Word and Acrobat. Many other people have experienced this problem over the years, but I cannot find a solution on the net. In the Command Prompt window, type regsvr32 followed by a space and the path that you noted in Step 1. .
I'm using AcrobatX and it is working. Please mark helpful or answered as appropriate to help other users. If you need further assistance, contact Acrobat Technical Support. I had difficulty converting from word to pdf. Do you want to run the installer in repair mode? Then I really looked at the message and the path.
Once you fix the path you will notice a file in the settings folder called Press Quality. If the problem doesn't occur with the file from another application, troubleshoot the specific behavior using the documents listed in Related Content. I assume this is some sort of compatibility issue? Then close and reopen the Office application. Is there a fix for this. My machine and licenses and versions are all up to date. Once I got it to show in Word, I was then able to convert to pdf.
If you resolve the issue when you rename the global template, then the issue is a damaged Normal. Then save it with a new name. Click Remove, and proceed to the next paragraph. Then, create a Word document that contains only a few words. Neither does re-installing Word Office 365 , re-installing Acrobat, or anything else that I have tried following the troubleshooting on the Adobe web pages, for example. When I check it, the addin loads, shows up on the ribbon, and works as expected at least, with my quick tests. I have a user who gets the following error message when she attempts to create a pdf from a word doc within Acrobat 8.
Does anyone have an idea how to solve this problem? If the problem persists, contact. I look in the programs files and the files are there. If it is, uncheck the box to disable it. Do you want to run the installer in repair mode? Like most people, I suppose, it bugs me that everything could work fine for a year before an automatic update broke things. Being automatic is not the real problem either since I can or could and did for many years shut that off to avoid unexpected breakages. I've removed and reinstalled Acrobat, registered the office add-ins, and some other suggestions I have found but nothing worked. To use your old Normal.
If I quit Word and restart it, the Acrobat tab on the ribbon is gone. It's sometimes necessary to change several settings to restore your options. I'd love to hear what you have to say about my blog. Although this document is specific to Microsoft Word, most of the troubleshooting procedures also apply to Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Excel. But you can't avoid updating forever.
She was in a rush so I used Word's save as function. I agree with Doug's suggestion to use the pdf capabilities built into Office. Macros known to cause incompatibilities include Duden Korrektor Plus 2. In using Microsoft Office 2003 in combination with Adobe Acrobat 8. Scroll down the page to get to the article. Please mark helpful or answered as appropriate to help other users. I mean, you can email me along with leaving comments.
Needless to say, running the installer in repair mode does not solve the problem. Then close and reopen the Office application. Remove these components one at a time in the order that they appear in Word. To further isolate the problem, repeat steps 1-3, and copy the other half of the original Word document into another new Word document. I changed it, saved it, and changed it back again to 3, but it made no difference. Enclose the path in quotation marks. Let us know how it turns out.
Make sure to back up the registry before editing it. Same thing happens every time. But that did not help either sigh. But if you don't mind me saying, it's a workaround, not a solution. I posted here because all official methods and web pages dutifully followed have failed me. For more information about the registry, see the Windows documentation or contact Microsoft.
You should also install the latest updates for Office 2016. This first version of Acrobat to support Windows 7 was version 9. The way to do that in Word is to go under the Help tab and use Feedback there. If it isn't, check the box to enable it. Reinstall Office or the specific Office application, and then reinstall Acrobat. There are many checkboxes available to check, but in debugging I disabled them all, only working with the Acrobat addin.