I seldom (if ever) used that menu in Office apps, so if it went away I had no 
reason to miss it.

-Fred Ridder





Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 11:09:01 +0530
Subject: Re: AcroPro 9.0 & FM 7.2 - Do they behave well ?
From: surb...@gmail.com
To: docudoc at hotmail.com
CC: ankur.1978 at gmail.com; framers at lists.frameusers.com

Hello Fred


One thing, which i encountered was that with Adobe Pro 7.0 and Office 2007, the 
"Adobe PDF" menu that was appearing in office applications, ceased to exist.
The menu was available with Adobe Pro 7.0 and Office 2003.


Could you please comment on the same.


Regards
Surbhi



On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 10:07 AM, Fred Ridder <docudoc at hotmail.com> wrote:


Our corporate IT people circulated the same rumor about some incompatibility 
between Acrobat 7.0 and Office 2007 when they were preparing to roll out the MS 
suite to the whole corporation (>10K users). I was using Acrobat 7.0 at the 
time and I saw no incompatibility or other issues on my system after upgrading 
to Office 2007. But the following week I did upgrade to Acrobat 9.0 Pro anyway 
to maintain parity with my peers and because the cost of the upgrade was 
automatically pre-approved due to the alleged incompatibility.

At that same time, I was still using FrameMaker 7.0, and I saw no compatibility 
issues of any kind using that Acrobat version with Acrobat 9.0. But I should 
also point out that I *never* use the Save As PDF command, which requires the 
highest level of compatibility between FM and Acrobat.

According to my personal experience (admittedly a single data point), you may 
not need to upgrade to Acrobat 9.0, but if you do you should not have any 
serious issues using it with FrameMaker, with the possible exception fo Save As 
PDF, which is not the optimum way to generate PDF in any case.


-Fred Ridder


> Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 09:43:24 +0530
> Subject: AcroPro 9.0 & FM 7.2 - Do they behave well ?
> From: ankur.1978 at gmail.com
> To: framers at lists.frameusers.com

>
> Hello Framers
>
> I have recently switched to Office 2007, which i believe, does not support
> Acrobat Professional 7.0. I downloaded an AcroPro v 9.0 trial version, which
> seems to mingle well with Office 2007.
>
> Apart from Office 2007, I am an exhaustive user of FM 7.2 also. Now, i have
> two queries:
>
> 1) Does AcroPro 9.0 behave well with FM 7.2 (i have not tested yet) ?
> 2) What is the approximate cost of upgarding five AcroPro 7.0 licenses to
> AcroPro 9.0 (Adobe support, can you help) ?
>
> regards
> Ankur
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