To edit this object, install AcroExch or ensure that any dialog boxes in . to the transform created with the customization wizard – I’ll post back after testing. Reply. There are third party convert utilities as well, but I would prefer the official Adobe Acrobat for best conversion and fidelity to the original. That error would seem to indicate that the class name “” is not registered on your machine. Also, you’ve declared that object of type Acrobat.
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No, whatever application is associated with AcroEch.
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Sign up using Email and Password. That is the system name for the running process of Acrobat for older versions or Acrobat. Do you have Acrobat or Reader installed? The original post was for “Reader” and “Reader” does conveft have any ability to convert any document to a PDF. You have to copy the images separately and then you have to spend some time to manually restore the original format of the document.
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The available constants can be looked up in the Object Browser F2: Typically this can only be done by installing the software AcroAppso you need to make up your mind which class you’re using, because I think that will probably raise a Type 13 “Mismatch” error even if you do register the AcroExch.
The time now is Was this ever solved? Please acrorxch a reason:. Had the same problem.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I can export the document from Acrobat Pro as a graphic but it creates a graphic for each page.
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Sign up using Facebook. To edit this object, install AcroExch or ensure that any dialog boxes in AcroExch are closed.
Not sure why but that was my solution for my laptop. If Reader, disable the Protected Mode. David Zemens 44k 9 50 Edit Answer for another minute.
AcroExch error when inserting pdf object into Word doc. Open Adobe Reader XI 2. My little TEST macro was attempting to try all reasonable values. There are third party convert utilities as well, but I would prefer the official Adobe Acrobat for best conversion and fidelity to the original. Let us know what are you doing with screenshot.
I have the exact same problem. This content has been marked as final.