Problems Using QB 2007 With Adobe Acrobat


W

Will

Quickbooks 2007 has a nice feature to Save As PDF for various documents.
This worked fine, but as soon as we installed Adobe Acrobat 8.1 Standard,
whenever we save from inside of Quickbooks Acrobat the application pops up
and complains we don't have a valid serial number. If you start Acrobat
by itself, it says it is registered. It *is* a legal license.

Has anyone else seen this behavior and what is the workaround?
 
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H

Haskel LaPort

Will said:
Quickbooks 2007 has a nice feature to Save As PDF for various documents.
This worked fine, but as soon as we installed Adobe Acrobat 8.1 Standard,
whenever we save from inside of Quickbooks Acrobat the application pops up
and complains we don't have a valid serial number. If you start Acrobat
by itself, it says it is registered. It *is* a legal license.

Has anyone else seen this behavior and what is the workaround?

Welcome back Willy Boy. Given the fact that this news group is slowing dying
even your frequent posts are more than welcome.

As a work around try printing and selecting the Adobe Print Driver as the
printer rather than using the "Save As PDF" feature.
 
W

Will

Haskel LaPort said:
Welcome back Willy Boy. Given the fact that this news group is slowing
dying even your frequent posts are more than welcome.

As a work around try printing and selecting the Adobe Print Driver as the
printer rather than using the "Save As PDF" feature.
That's a good idea, and for some of our users it should work fine. I'm
still hopeful that someone can make it work with the native built-in PDF
writer.
 
I

ian

That's a good idea, and for some of our users it should work fine.     I'm
still hopeful that someone can make it work with the native built-in PDF
writer.
Folks,

you could use our (free) product billFLO as a work around for your
invoices at least. It creates pdf's of the invoices from QB and will
actually email them for you as well. It doesnt require adobe acrobat,
so you shouldn't see the error you are seeing currently.

Best of luck
Ian
P.S. you can download billFLO at www.billflo.com
 
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F

FCR

Hi.
You are the first person to have a similar problem! HELP Please.

I have been using QB 2007 to send pdf invoices to customers. No problem
most of the year.

Now the PDF files are missing the price columns. DUH the most important
field.

I can see them and pring the REPORTS with all prices but converting to pdf
strips DATA.

I am using 2007 and adobe 9 reader.

I have reinstalled; deleted the Pdf converter etc... all with out success.

Thanks
Fred
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Haskel said:
Welcome back Willy Boy. Given the fact that this news group is slowing
dying
even your frequent posts are more than welcome.
As a work around try printing and selecting the Adobe Print Driver as
the
printer rather than using the "Save As PDF" feature.




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