Download the Acrobat update, right-click the file, and select Run As
Administrator.

If FrameMaker still won't save to PDF, reinstall FrameMaker.

If it still won't save as PDF, re-run the Acrobat update as admin.


On Mon, Sep 16, 2013 at 10:13 AM, Böðvar Björgvinsson <bod...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> A few days ago i accepted (once again!) Adobe's request for update on Adobe 
> Acrobat (or Reader) — security reasons, they said. And, as usual, while 
> downloading the message was that I could keep on with my work.
>
> However, the installer gave up when trying to install the update and told me 
> it didn't have the rights, system being Windows 7.
>
> I thought nothing more of it until now when I tried to print a FM10 file to 
> file, there was no option for it. I tried the Distiller on a ps file and it 
> worked fine. I tried to save as pdf in FM10 and it started but quit with 
> complaints that there was no Adobe ps driver available.
>
> On the Adobe website i only find older versions of ps drivers and all the 
> answers I can see are about having to set it up as a new printer in Windows, 
> but I do not know where to look for it. I don't find any such thing in 
> System32\drivers.
>
> And they warn that the ps drivers on Adobe's website do not work with Vista 
> or newer.
>
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