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Topic: Cannot open files
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 164125
From: singur
Date: 1/22/2008 05:28 AM

After downloading and installing today Adobe Reader v.8.1.1 (in English, French or Romanian language - the same error) and the corresponding update available, I cannot open the .pdf files because I receive the message error "The license agreement was not accepted. The application will now quit." (Le contrat de licence a ete rejetee) ! Please help me, I don't understand this error.
Sorin
------------------------- This evening, searching on Google for this problem, I find the link http://www.xelite.co.uk. Download and install adobefix.zip and after ... Adobe Reader 8.1.1 work ! Probably a bug from Adobe. Congratulations for Xelite !

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