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Adobe Acrobat X Pro "Convert" add-on does not appear in the Internet Explorer 9 64-bit version. It shown and works in the 32-bit version. Is there a way to get this resolved?CheersMichael
MICHAEL KLAR 888 days ago
Hi Michael,Here is a snippet from an Adobe Knowledge Base article-
"Acrobat and Reader are 32-bit applications on Windows. If you try to open a PDF in a 64-bit version of Internet Explorer, the PDF opens in stand-alone Acrobat or Reader, not in Internet Explorer.
Note: Only Reader 10.1 or Acrobat 10.1 and later support Internet Explorer 9."
No one here will be able to tell you when Adobe will have 64 bit versions ready- mostly because we are not Adobe employees, but also because they typically don't provide dates for this type of thing.. You will need to contact Adobe directly, but I doubt they will provide a date/timeframe.
Hope this helps,
Thank you Dimitri, I am actually more interested in converting any given web site into a pdf file. From what you're saying this may take a while and until then the IE0 32-bit will be the workaround.
My only problem being there are sites which will only allow uploading of files or images using IE9 64-bit.
Perhaps it's a bug on my system.
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