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Topic: Dude, where's my Template?
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 103202
From: houseproject101
Date: 1/4/2004 10:27 PM

Acrobat Guruís-
Iím new to Acrobat and even newer at Acrobat 6 Pro.
My Acrobat program crashed (YES, CRASHED!).
It gave me an error message while I was attempting to save (Error 110) and then it crashed while I was in the help menuÖ
I think I lost 5 pages worth of template data.
I can not find the template anywhere on my computer.
I dunno if I lost it, or maybe (hopefully) I accidentally hide it.
I think itís hidden, because I can not retreve any other templates I created after yesterdayís crash.
Can anyone assist me to recover a hidden template?
Please and thank you,
-Diane



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