Hi Tammy, I think they have gone a long way to clearing up the horrible and hard-to-debug problems that used to result from that configuration, but Dov still warns against it. I guess one question I would have is why would you want/need to do that?
(I actually can think of a reason or two myself, but at least the rendering engine parts of the two programs are the same, so it will "look" the same in Acrobat as it does in Reader.") -- garyZ From: framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com [mailto:framers-boun...@lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Tammy Van Boening Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 10:39 AM To: 'FrameUsers List' Subject: OT: Adobe Acrobat Pro and Adobe Reader on same client All, I have heard on many occasions that you should not have Adobe Acrobat Pro and Adobe Reader installed on the same client, but I need to test something in Reader before I pass a PDF off and all three of my available systems already have Adobe Acrobat Pro loaded. Is it possible to load Reader at all just for some brief testing and then uninstall it after the testing is complete, or will I encounter any issues by doing this? Thank you, TVB
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