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Topic: Document could not be saved (110)
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 150553
From: KarenFlick
Date: 6/2/2006 03:58 AM

Hello Everyone,

I've got several pdfs created by an outside source. They arrived via email. We can save the pdfs as along as we do it via Outlook (File, Save Attachments).

If we try to save the pdf using File, Save As in Adobe Prof v6, we receive the following error:

"This document could not be saved. There was a problem reading this document. (110)"

Happens consistently on pcs with v.6 installed. I installed v7 and of course, we don't receive the error using v7. I can't install v.7 for everyone though.

Anyone know what is causing this problem and, more importantly, how to avoid it (other than upgrading??)?

Thanks in advance.

Karen Flick
BDP


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