Saving multiple emails in Outlook 2010

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We have upgraded from Office 2003 to 2010 and one of the features I used to have in 2003, with the adobe acrobat add on is to be able to select several email messages and convert them to PDF and save them to a file in our server. I cannot find a way to select multiple email messages and the 2010 Outlook does not like the adobe add in and keeps disabling it. Can anyone help me.

Software/Hardware used:
Windows 7, MS Office pro 2010. Adobe Acrobat 9.3 pro extended

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The first fundamental question is what office did you upgraded to it is 32 or 64 bit.
You should have toolbar (ribbon) with acrobat icons. If the icons are not created you should check whether add in is OK or suspended (Disabled). There is the access to Add ins on the Outlook menu.

I suggest you to read this link: What’s new in Microsoft Outlook 2010

And here you have the idea how to enable the Acrobat Add in the Office: PDFMaker Unavailable in Office 2007 and 2010

What I do, I simply select the emails I want to archive and click right button on the mouse than select “Convert to PDF” or “Append to PDF” it should do the work if Acrobat is present in your system.

If that is not enough let me know more what is the procedure that you apply before to convert the emails. I’m doing it on regular bases in my Outlook 2007 but I know that Outlook 2010 changed so that may need some adjustments.

Finally is you have the problem with enabling the Add in let me know I find the procedure for you if you can’t.

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    The first fundamental question is what office did you upgraded to it is 32 or 64 bit. You should have toolbar (ribbon) with acrobat icons. If the icons are not created you should check whether add in is OK or suspended (Disabled). There is the access to Add ins on the Outlook menu. I suggest you to read this link: What's new in Microsoft Outlook 2010 And here you have the idea how to enable the Acrobat Add in the Office PDFMaker Unavailable in Office 2007 and 2010 What I do, I simply select the emails I want to archive and click right button on the mouse than select “Convert to PDF” or “Append to PDF” it should do the work if Acrobat is present in your system. If that is not enough let me know more what is the procedure that you apply before to convert the emails. I’m doing it on regular bases in my Outlook 2007 but I know that Outlook 2010 changed so that may need some adjustments. Finally is you have the problem with enabling the Add in let me know I find the procedure for you if you can’t.
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