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Topic: Where are batch sequences stored?
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 111814
From: i1010101
Date: 5/20/2004 06:41 AM

I just upgraded to Acrobat 6.0 Pro from Acrobat 5 (having upgraded my OS from WinME to WinXP Pro), and the batch sequence stuff has me a little flustered. Can anyone tell me exactly where the batch sequences I create are stored?

With Acrobat 5, the sequences were stored as .sequ files under "My Documents\Adobe\Acrobat\Sequences", but for the life of me, I can't find them under Acrobat 6.

Also, does anyone know if Acrobat 5 sequences can be imported into Acrobat 6? I use quite a few specialized sequences, and I'd hate to have to recreate them all under 6.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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