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Adobe PDF Settings location

Ok, those of you who have by now installed the new Acrobat 8 Professional and have Creative Suite 2 installed, might have discovered that the new Distiller doesn’t share its custom Adobe PDF Settings with CS2 Applications, like Distiller 7 did. This is due to the fact the custom Adobe Settings are no longer stored in the same shared location.

The following support knowledgebase documents two possible solutions you could use to correct this problem.

Web Reference: Custome PDF Settings / Acrobat 8 Distiller (2006, Adobe)

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