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Topic: Damaged File Error, 1 Attachments
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 169826
From: jlhart76
Date: 4/16/2009 04:28 AM

I have a file printed from Word 2003 to Acrobat 9 Pro. In Acrobat, under PDF Optimizer, I changed the "Make Compatible with" to Acrobat 4.0 & later. However, a client using Acrobat Approval 5.0 keeps getting error message "This file is damaged and can not be repaired." This is one of about 20 forms; all the others work fine except this one. Any ideas? From my research, this seems to be a common error when trying to open a file that isn't compatible with your version of Acrobat, but if he's using 5, that should work right?

PS, very new to working with PDF documents, so please be understanding if I don't know what you're talking about.

Click to open!ADv6e 031909.pdf
Corrupted File (19,748 bytes)

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