QB Premier 2003 and Adobe Acrobat Pro 6


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S.M. Serba

I have recently had AA pooch when creating a PDF of an invoice. I usually
select Acrobat Distiller when I want to print something to email, but I get
a log file being created.

System: Windows XP Pro, P2 dual 400 MHz processor, 512 MB ram, 40 GB hard
disk

AA uninstalled and reinstalled with no luck. Uninstalled again and installed
4.0. Nothing. Upgraded to 6.0 with 4.0 still installed, nothing still. I
even tried a handful of the free PDF creators with either the same effect or
they don't come out right in alignment.

I don't know if a recent 2003 Canadian update has effectively made it
impossible to use anything else but QB to create PDF of invoices to email.
But I can't leave it like that. I email statement, purchase orders and
stuff.

Any ideas?


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Stephanie Serba, AICIA
Partner, Durham Business Outsource
Accounting & Technology
smserba <at> dbo <dot> ca
www.dbo.ca
 
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spike

I had AA die on me as well - QB advisor got me through it - look in
printers for Amyuni PDF Converter. Delete if it is there. Search files
for install.exe in Program files\Intuit\Quickbooks. Double click to
install Amyuni again and TA DA! It worked for me...
 
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S.M. Serba

Done. I'll let you know if this works!

spike said:
I had AA die on me as well - QB advisor got me through it - look in
printers for Amyuni PDF Converter. Delete if it is there. Search files
for install.exe in Program files\Intuit\Quickbooks. Double click to
install Amyuni again and TA DA! It worked for me...
 
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S.M. Serba

Nope. Didn't work. Back to square 1. Will I have to uninstall and reinstall
QB2003?


--
Stephanie Serba, AICIA
Partner, Durham Business Outsource
Accounting & Technology
smserba <at> dbo <dot> ca
www.dbo.ca
 
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Victor Roberts

Nope. Didn't work. Back to square 1. Will I have to uninstall and reinstall
QB2003?
You might want to contact Adobe since it is their software that is not
working. And, you may not be the only person having this problem.

I recently had a problem with my PDF virtual printer - not Adobe. Was
told to uninstall the software AND remove all the keys referencing the
software from the Registry and then reinstall. The uninstall and
reinstall did the trick without need to edit the Registry.
 

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