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Acrobat 5 can make version 4 and, I believe, version 3 compatible PDFs.
Thus, you can continue to make Acrobat Reader version 4 compatible PDFs as
you move forward with the much enhanced version 5 of the full product. I
recommend you head over to adobe.com or the Adobe User to User Forums to
check specifically what is supported by this tool
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jennifer Siler [SMTP:jennifer_siler -at- cicenter -dot- com]
> In reference to compatibility, does anyone know if PDFs created with 5
> be compatible with earlier versions of Acrobat or not? This is a big
> for our company since we deal with a lot of third party vendors and,
> obviously, clients.
> And if they are NOT compatible, can we upgrade to 5 while maintaining
> version 4 on our system?
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