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Manually removing Acrobat 7 Pro


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Sorry, I mistook it for reader as it is commonly referred to as adobe version whatever

Delete the ones which relate to the programme you are trying to remove

It could be that there are common / shared files so removing one will still leave some reference to a removed programme

If you have the installation sources for all the adobe programmes you have, it could be as quick to uninstall al of them and then install the ones you want
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Hi

I'm having the same problem. The remainng folder Acrobat 7\ActiveX and its 4 content files stubbornly refuse to be deleted. I've tried MoveonBoot and Unlock and all the other obvious methods. This folder is causing a conflict with Acrobat 8 Pro.

Has anyone got any further on resolving this.

Desperately hoping for a solution

George
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