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Topic: Unable to convert publisher to pdf and save it to the network
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 151417
From: niro_dayalan
Date: 6/27/2006 12:24 PM

Hi

Can some one please help me? Iím am attempting to convert a publisher file to PDF. I am unable to convert the file when i try to save it to my network. I get error "Adobe PDF Printer Failed to create the PDF file."

However if i try to save it to my C drive it does convert!!!!

Does any one have any idea what the hell is going on??? I am currently using Netware 6.5 with service pack 5.

Any information will be highly appreciated.

Thank you kindly

Niro


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