To edit this object, install AcroExch or ensure that any dialog boxes in . to the transform created with the customization wizard – I’ll post back after testing. Reply. There are third party convert utilities as well, but I would prefer the official Adobe Acrobat for best conversion and fidelity to the original. That error would seem to indicate that the class name “” is not registered on your machine. Also, you’ve declared that object of type Acrobat.
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The “Correct” answer suggested here first search result in google didn’t work for me and gave same error.
I searched for that application but I don’t seem to have it. To edit this object, install AcroExch or ensure that any dialog boxes in AcroExch are closed.
Echo objFile Next objWord. Where do I get AcroExch?
Mebbe not, but I have this vague feeling that your helpful reference to Script Center might give me enough power to automate the batch process of converting PDF to text, something I was struggling to achieve in my sample of VBA code. Execute For Each objFile in objWord.
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I had not contemplated that the various saveAs options available to the end user would NOT be available in the appliaction object. That error would seem convrt indicate that the class name “AcroExch.
There has got to be a better way. I use Adobe Acrobat X Version There are third party convert utilities as well, but I would prefer the official Adobe Acrobat for best conversion and fidelity to the original.
I’m getting this error when using accroexch Word or Excel That program is either not installed on your computer or it is not responding. AcroAppso you need to make up your mind which class you’re using, because I think that will probably raise a Type 13 “Mismatch” error even if you do register the AcroExch.
App class, because it’s returning an object type that differs from the variable’s declared type. No, whatever application is associated with AcroEch. If you are same way unlucky as me and still have this issue after applying workaround above, you can try following: Username Changing provided by Username Change v1.
AcroExch error when inserting pdf object into Word doc.
Thank you david for your answer.
FreeVBCode code snippet: Automate Adobe Acrobat to convert TIFs to PDFs.
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