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Topic: too few operands (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 166163
From: basketcase
Date: 6/13/2008 03:45 AM

I get proposals in .pdf files from my company which can be opened with ease.
When they are revised, and come through a second time, I get the error
message, "too few operands." Is this a problem with my Acrobat or the
sender's? One other odd thing. This happens on our computers that have
Office 2007. On the older computer that uses Outlook Express and doesn't
have Acrobat on it, the revised proposals can be opened. Could it be
related to Office?



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