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I'll check the forums again. Maybe I was using the wrong search terms. If
still no luck, then <sigh> I guess it's me and musak.
It does seem to be an installation problem. I was wondering if I was missing
something so obvious.
Good to know that PDF Maker is specific for each Office app.
On Tue, Mar 30, 2010 at 2:11 PM, Fred Ridder <docudoc -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> It clearly sounds like an installation problem. I recall reading a number
> of other complaints about installation issues (usuaally licensing-related)
> with TCS2, and maybe this is just another one. You should probably check out
> the Adobe forums for TCS2, but I suspect that it's probably time to check
> out what's currently playing on the music-on-hold system at Adobe Tech
> And you needn't worry about losing the Acrobat ribbon. Adobe Acrobat and
> Adobe Presenter are completely separate applications even if they are
> bundled together in the TCS2 suite. And even if you *did* for some
> inexplicable reason lose the Acrobat ribbon in PowerPoint, that would have
> no effect on whether the Acrobat ribbon is available in Word. A separate
> chunk of plug-in code that provides the Acrobat ribbon is installed into
> each of the different applications in the Office 2007 suite so they are
> completely independent.
> -Fred Ridder
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