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Old March 24th 12, 06:49 PM posted to alt.windows7.general
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"Jeff Layman" wrote in message ...

On 23/03/2012 21:38, Bill wrote:
Thanks, but unable to open your thread! Keep getting a window that
says "No application is associated with this URL type "http".


You seem to be getting quite a few problems! Have you scanned for
malware recently?

The forum article ...winston referred to points out that numerous people
have had the same problem as you, with the "Save" option greyed out.
The way round it is apparently to change the pdf in some way (eg to add
a comment) and then "Save as" becomes available. One other suggestion
was to use Ctrl+Shift+S, which brings up the "Save as" dialogue box.



Save is only available after a change is made to an editable pdf file. In
the case of the file that Bill sourced, in Adobe X, one would open the file,
click on the 'Sign' button (or the Pencil icon on the toolbar) select Add
Text, place the cursor in the desired location, enter text, etc.. In this
case, once text is entered the Save button is enabled.

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