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Topic: Using an External Image Editor in Acro 6 pro
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 117843
From: paulry
Date: 8/26/2004 04:25 AM

I work at the Biomedical Library, University of Pennsylvania and am responsible for scanning photocopies to PDF for course related electronic reserves. I am using Acrobat 6 Pro and Photoshop 6.0.1. Having scanned to PDF, I would like to edit pages where needed with Photoshop. Unfortunately, when Photoshop launches it can't open the PDF because of a parsing error.

I have tried saving the PDF to disk before attempting to edit, and this does not help. Scanning with each of the compression compatabilities doesn't help, nor does turning compression off. I have verified that the PDF image import file is in Photoshop's parser folder. Nothing works.

Do I have to upgrade Photoshop to CS?

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