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Topic: Acrobat could not load the search index
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 142570
From: creheis
Date: 11/10/2005 06:35 AM

I created a file in Acrobat 6, and created an index for it in 6. If someone opened it in Acrobat 7 Standard, they'd get an error:
"Acrobat could not load the search index." It went on to say it could be corrupt or not compatible with this version of Reader. In Adobe Reader 7, it just wouldn't load the index, but no error.
I went in a saved the file in 7, and made a new index. I'm still getting the errors in 7, and 6 can still view the file and the index without an error.
Any ideas? I'd rather have an index in Acrobat Standard and Reader 7 than in Acrobat 6.

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