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Topic: Why doesn't Acrobat Reader 7 opens my pdf file, 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 141221
From: harosa_vlad
Date: 10/15/2005 08:46 PM

Can someone please explain me why Acrobat Reader 7 doesn't open my attached pdf file.
The file ("problem.pdf") contains 4 layers ("Cyan", "Magenta", "Yellow", "Black") which all have overprint and each contains an XObject that is rendered in a DeviceN1 colorspace.

Acrobat Reader 7 gives me an "Wrong opernad type" error. I don't know where this error comes from, although i think it's because of the page's content stream, but everything seems to be ok there (at least to me, it seems).

Any help I can get, I would appreciate it,
Thanks in advance!

Click to open!problem(3).pdf
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