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Thanks. I'll give it a try ... but will it be able to read my previous Adobe files?
In any event I fixed the problem for now.
Uninstalled my virus protection, loaded Adobe, reinstalled virus protection and all seems fine. I am guessing that the virus protection blocked some of the software to make all systems operational.
The problem is with all these viruses, the various programs conflict.