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It seems to be the day for Acrobat problems. I created a PDF using Word and
Acrobat 4.05. (And set it to be compatible with Acrobat 3.0.) It opens just
fine on the machines at the office, which all use Reader 4.0 and above.
A customer just sent me the following error message. She's using Reader
"Could not find the colorfile named Cs6. When I clicked Okay, the next
message said, "This file contains information not understood by the viewer.
Suppress further errors?"
The document won't open for her, and Adobe support doesn't even mention this
error. Any suggestions on how to fix this?
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