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Topic: Where is the acrobat 6.0.1 toolbar command located in Acad2k4?
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 112709
From: pwanghk
Date: 6/4/2004 06:06 AM


In AutoCAD 2k4 I have an Adobe (Acrobat 6.0.1) PDF menu and toolbar appear on the screen. I check the toolbar properties and see the command is PDF, PDFMAIL and PDFREVIEW; however I am unable to locate these commands anywhere in the AutoCAD directory. Does anyone know where these plugins are located? I would like to copy them to the new AutoCAD 2K5 if possible.

Does anyone try PDFREVIEW yet? If so, does your AutoCAD exit / shutdown? When you re-start AutoCAD, the Adobe toolbar is gone and the command PDF, PDFMAIL, PDFREVIEW are no longer working? I need to run the uninstallation process and chose the repair option to get the toolbar back.

Any feedback on these would be greatly appreciated.

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