The PDF which I converted is not able to open

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Hello Team,

I am a student and I do part time jobs to earn money. I convert images to PDF in an online forum using an application. I was successful all these days but suddenly I faced problem.

The PDF which I converted is not able to open in my system. I don’t know where the exact problem is. I request to look into the issue and please resolve it.

Thank you.

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The PDF which I converted is not able to open

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Some PDF files will not open in Adobe Reader or Acrobat due to many kinds of reasons. Some of them may be due to,

1.      Corrupted file

2.      Out dated Application version, or

3.      It may happen if you have created the PDF file using non-Adobe program

 

Follow this link to fix it. There will be some suggestions to resolve this failure.

 

http://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/cant-open-pdf.html

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The PDF which I converted is not able to open

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Hi Joby, are there any error messages? there can be various reasons that can stop PDF files from opening in Adobe reader or Acrobat. It can be either due to damaged PDF file, damage to Reader or Acrobat installation or update, an outdated version of Reader/Acrobat, non-compliant PDFs generated using non-Adobe products. Some PDF generating utilities do not comply to industry standard for PDF and may not be opened in Adobe Reader. In case you have always used the same product to generate PDF files that you were able to open previously then the problem may be with your Reader or Acrobat. You may take either of the following steps: Update to latest release: open Reader or Acrobat and choose Help Check for updates. You may also try re-creating the PDF file using Adobe createPDF online service on Acrobat.com. If that doesn’t work, Repair your product installation using windows control panel: close Adobe Reader Click Start  Control Panel  Click Add or Remove Programs  Select Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat  Click Change and follow the instructions to repair the installation.  when complete, press Finish. You may also try to repair installation from within Adobe Reader or Acrobat: choose Help  Repair Adobe Reader/Acrobat Installation.

 

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