Thanks for the link, Art. It will come in handy.

Bodvar

On 6/4/07, Art Campbell <art.campbell at gmail.com> wrote:
> The job option info is here at adobe:
>
> http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase/index.cfm?id=333453
>
> I actually like this "bug" a lot, because it lets you isolate one or
> two settings files and reserve them for use in FM, but still keep as
> many as you want available in Acrobat. Makes  always getting the right
> setting file in FM easy, cause there aren't any options.
>
> Art
>
> On 6/4/07, Combs, Richard <richard.combs at polycom.com> wrote:
> > Bodvar Bjorgvinsson wrote:
> >
> > > I am using the Distiller 7 that came with FM. I also have
> > > installed Acrbat 6 pro. The odd thing though is that it seems
> > > that FM can see the old joboptions, but Distiller 7 can only
> > > see the ones that reside in its own default folder.
> >
> > In case Dov Isaacs isn't online today to promptly chastise you, permit
> > me. ;-)
> >
> > Multiple/mixed Acrobat installations are a very, very bad idea. Dov has
> > warned countless times that it can lead to unpredictable and unstable
> > behavior. When you installed FM, you should not have installed Distiller
> > 7 (assuming you'd prefer the full Acrobat 6 to just Distiller 7).
> >
> > Now, you need to completely uninstall both Acrobat 6 and Distiller 7.
> > After that's done, either reinstall one, but not the other, or wait
> > until you get Acrobat 8, and then install it.
> >
> > Do *not* install Acrobat 8 without removing Acrobat 6 and Distiller 7
> > first.
> >
> > I believe the .joboptions files have moved around some in recent
> > releases, but I don't recall the details. Google techwr-l.com for
> > "joboptions locations" or something like that. I seem to recall having
> > to copy my old ones somewhere after moving to Acro 7.
> >
> > HTH!
> > Richard
> >
> >
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> >
> >
> >
>
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