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After you upgrade to Microsoft Word 2002 or Microsoft Office Word 2003, and you have Adobe Acrobat installed, you may experience either of the following symptoms:
The Create a PDF File and Configure PDF Options buttons may be missing from the toolbar.
If the Create a PDF File and Configure PDF Options buttons appear on the toolbar, you either receive no response when you click them, or you receive the following error message:
The macro cannot be found, or the macro has been disabled because of your Macro security settings.
Note This problem can occur with the PDF Maker add-in and Adobe Acrobat PDF Writer (version 3.x), which may have been installed with Adobe PageMaker 6.5.
To resolve this problem, reinstall the add-in. When you reinstall the add-in after your version of Word has been installed, the issue may be resolved.
If the issue still occurs, then upgrade your version of Adobe Acrobat PDF Maker add-in and Adobe Acrobat PDF Writer. For more information, please contact Adobe Systems, Inc.
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