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Convert buttons are missing in Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox

These buttons are not shown on either the two mentioned browser; I tried View>Toolbar> but acrobat is missing.


Ramon Duran 474 days ago


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Which Acrobat PDF product?

Reader does not have the ability to create PDFs.

What versions for the web browsers?

Did you check to see if your version of Acrobat is compatible with the browsers?

FireFox is open source and Adobe has decided not to support it most likely from the amount of work to support the browser and its constantly changing code.


By George Kaiser answered 474 days ago  |   Comments (1)  |  New Comment

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Thanks, I have Acrobat X Pro and have windows vista. I have a book "Classroom in a Book" for Acrobat and there, the author indicated that if button not show: View>Toolbar and click Acrobat but Acrobat is not shown in Mozila nor Explorer. It shows in Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook (Office 2010).

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