Answers / Adobe Reader
Why is adobe reader freezing up and then saying it is not responding shortly after I open a file in it?I cannot scroll through the document or do anything else
Sandra Black 495 days ago
Hi Sandra,Very hard to say without more details. Do you get any error messages and what are they? The first thing to try in cases like this is to do a Repair Installation- you can find that under the Help menu.Hope this helps,DimitriWindJack Solutionswww.pdfscripting.comwww.windjack.com
only message was the statement at the very top of screen saying that Adobe reader was not responding after only about 20 secs of opening a document. Have tried your suggestion and was then able to go from page to page on a document so will try again later and see if it is still working, thanks
Sandra Black Commented 494 days ago | Report
I had the same problem with a colleague at work. Turned out Reader wasn't up to date, I updated it to the latest version and it solved it. Is yours up to date?
yeah up to date and new computer
Discover an easier way to work with forms.
Try FormsCentralrisk‑free for 30 days.
Asked by jay fresno · no replies
Default colors on Comment Tools
Asked by Neil Ormond · no replies
In LiveCycle ES2, how do I code a button to save the form and the data that has been enter...
Asked by Katy Koenen · no replies
Asked by Iris Eschen · no replies
How do I shut off automatic updates?
Asked by Laura Houston · 1 answer
Use OCR to extract pages from a large file and rename the file based on OCR field?
Asked by Jay Gallegly · 1 answer
Last 30 Days
The Acrobat User Community is where you can connect with Acrobat and Adobe Document Services peers and experts. If you use Acrobat, Reader, FormsCentral or EchoSign, you'll want to take advantage of the many free community resources like tutorials, tips, and Q&A to learn more about Acrobat and document services.