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Topic: Menu wont show
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 150141
From: Feliponi
Date: 5/21/2006 11:06 AM


First of all, thanks for accepting me in the forum. I have the following problem. I run acrobat 7.0 professional on 2 machines. The program works great on both but in the second one i cant make the conbine/convert to pdf option appear when i right click over a web page. Whats the problem? Can anyone help me?
And last question is : i have another machine Athlon 800 running windows 98 SE 256 memory. I cant install adobe acrobat 7 cos of the hardware requirements, is there any plug in or how can i do to be able to have thta option? By that option i mean the right click and convert to pdf?

Thanks in advance for your help

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