Or before you do that, you may want to clarify and question Mike's
opinion on version compatibility, which I think is different than
Mike's take is that Acrobat and Reader interact in some way that can
cause problems. And I disagree. As far as I know, Adobe has always
recommended that only one version of Acrobat be installed on a system.
This is the key point. Acrobat requirements do not equate to Reader
Reader is a separate product that doesn't conflict or inter-operate
with Acrobat binaries. It's common practice to have a couple versions
of Reader installed on a box so that you can test your PDFs with
multiple versions. I've run multiple copies of Reader on a number of
systems and it hasn't produced any errors or crashes that I'm aware
of. As far as I know, Reader installations don't remove previous
versions of Reader unless a known conflict exists, and don't touch
Acrobat installations at all.
On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 8:32 AM, Peter Gold <peter at knowhowpro.com> wrote:
> Hi, Austin:
> You can enter a formal request at
> You might want to request that the installer test for and report the
> presence of conflicting Acrobat installations.
> On Fri, Jun 6, 2008 at 3:55 AM, Austin Meredith
> <Ashley_Meredith at brown.edu> wrote:
>> Dov, I'm wondering if you should alert Adobe to revise their
>> installation instructions for Adobe Acrobat: that they should include
>> as an initial step in their instructions, the purging of the Adobe
>> Reader from the user's machine.
> Peter Gold
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