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Topic: Error 109 when trying to open a pdf document
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 128943
From: ILO
Date: 3/8/2005 05:00 AM

I am using ScanSoft’s OmniForm version 4.01 which allows you to scan a form and saved it as a fill-able pdf form. This software has worked flawlessly with older versions of Adobe Acrobat. If I try to open the form now using Adobe Acrobat version 6 or Reader 6 I get the error: There was a problem reading this document (109). If you keep trying to open it by clicking on the OK button it will open and then allow you to fill the form. I have tried opening the same form with the older versions of Adobe such as 5 and it won't give you this error message. You cannot save the form as a pdf after it is filled either which you could before using the older versions of Acrobat. I never had this problem until I upgraded to the newer version 6 of Acrobat. Is there a fix for this problem or do I need to revert back to my older version?

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