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I have installed, uninstalled and installed Adobe Reader again, and get Acrobat failed to connect to a DDE Server message. Could open PDF files when we had XP on other computer but not able to since we got Windows 7 on new computer. Have not been able to save and open in another window either....
Why did Adobe Acrobat fail to connect to DDE server?
Some computers in the office are getting this error "Acrobat fail to connect to a DDE server error." When I'm trying to open an Acrobat file, I often get that message. What can I do to correct this problem?