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Adobe PDF "an error exists on this page"

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Peachykeen, Jan 8, 2011.

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  1. Peachykeen

    Peachykeen Thread Starter

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    I have uploaded several PDF files to my website, but one is being stubborn.. I have several XLS files that I printed to PDF through CutePDF Writer and the PDF writer in MS Word2007. I got this message on a couple of them, but I wasn't able to get one of the files to display.

    Error I get: "an error exists on this page. Acrobat may not display the page correctly..contact the person who created the file..."

    I changed the file name and "reprinted" and uploaded again, but I can't get this one to work for some reason.

    I'm using WebEasy web builder, but I don't think this is the problem since I was able to correct other PDF files.

    Thanks!

    Peachy
     
  2. pip22

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    Are you able to identify which particular PDF documents were created with Word, and which were created with CutePDF?
    Maybe those that have errors were all created with the same application? I suspect it will be CutePDF because I've always used Word to create my PDF documents and they've all opened without any errors in Adobe Reader.
     
  3. Peachykeen

    Peachykeen Thread Starter

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    I created all the documents in Excel with three imported JPG file. I "printed" to PDF with CutePDF Writer on all of them, but one just won't upload to my website correctly.

    Thanks!
    Peachy
     
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