How do I get AcroExch

Using Windows 7, need to Insert a pdf into a word document. Says I need AcroExch. Where do I get this?


Paul Finkenbinder


8 Answers

That is the system name for the running process of Acrobat for older versions or Acrobat.

What version of MS Office are you running?

Do you have Acrobat or Reader installed?

If Reader, disable the Protected Mode.


George Kaiser   

Adobe Reader 11.0.08

Windows 7 x64

MS Office 2010



Paul Finkenbinder   

Protected mode is disabled


Paul Finkenbinder   

Was this ever solved?


I have the same problem. I am using Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.0 and MS office Professional 2013.


venki


VENKAT VENKATARAMANAN   

The original post was for "Reader" and "Reader" does not have any ability to convert any document to a PDF.

Acrobat 9 and MS Office 2013 are compatible but Acrobat 9 is designed to run under Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. So Acrobat 9 may not fully work for Windows 8.

You must make sure you have all updates applied, have the PDF Maker plug-in for office installed, and have MS Office setup to allow use of the Acrobat PDF Maker.


George Kaiser   

George:


Thanks for your response.


I am able to create a PDF from with Word by selecting PDF as the printer. It's just that I am not able to insert a PDF as an object. I searched for that application but I don't seem to have it.


VENKAT VENKATARAMANAN   

See PDFMaker unavailable | Office 2007, Office 2010 | Acrobat 9, Acrobat X, Acrobat XI. But if there has been an update to MS Office 2013 that could be causing the problem and since Acrobat 9 has not been supported by Adobe since June 26, 2013, you may never find a resolution to your problem.


George Kaiser   

George:


I just tried the same task on another machine running Windows 2012 (64-Bit) server and MS Office 2013 and Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.0.


I am able to do it.


I think I will uninstall and reinstall the Adobe Suite.


Will report back.


venki


VENKAT VENKATARAMANAN   


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