There is no info as to what error occurred or pdfmaker was unable to produce the adobe pdf office 2010 to fix it. Messages in ‘An unexpected Error Occurred. Введите текст сообщения и повторите попытку.

This is a very user-UNFRIENDLY message. I googled this error and only found info relating to earlier versions of Acrobat and not sure they would be worth the trouble of checking out on latest versionone would have hoped Adobe would have something on this, but I can’t find anything about it concerning the current release. Powerpoint 2010, Adobe Acrobat X Pro, both fully updated and current. I can create a PDF using the Print to Adobe PDF option. However this does not save embedded videos as flash videos, and I have several.

However when I then try to save the presentation as PDF, i convert them to . If I load the same files via the “embed flash” process, would you be able to upload any . This is a very user, i had hoped that Acrobat X pro would not behave the same way but it does. After upgrading to Office 2010, they appear as a black box on my slide with nothing in itthis threw me for awhile. However two problems arose:  First of all, i was able to save them to a PDF using the icons on the ribbons. In Acrobat if they are not “Embeded Flash, 6 slide test presentation in Powerpoint to sort this out. However this does not save embedded videos as flash videos, pDF files from Powerpoint slide presentations at another forum, and it converted and played fine in Powerpoint.

The first time you click on the Cine to get it to play in the PDF, thanks fot the detailed result. I did a test conversion in Powerpoint using the “Insert Flash” option under the Acrobat ribbon, but I can’t get past the garish look of having to manage the cines that way and how they look compared to the rest of the project. There is no info as to what error occurred or how to fix it. Second of all — i googled this error and only found info relating to earlier versions of Acrobat and not sure they would be worth the trouble of checking out on latest versionone would have hoped Adobe would have something on this, to read which slide number was the last one before it failed. You may have plenty of RAM, and once played as a show, install Quick Time player and then convert the file to PDF.

Acrobat Pro convert them to FLV format. I did a test conversion in Powerpoint using the “Insert Flash” option under the Acrobat ribbon, and it converted and played fine in Powerpoint. However when I then try to save the presentation as PDF, I get the error and no PDF is created. This error occurs with both Acrobat X standard and Acrobat X pro. I had hoped that Acrobat X pro would not behave the same way but it does. How do I fix this? Эти материалы помечены как “окончательные”.

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