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    Primo PDF to Adobe?

    Can I create a PDF document in Primo and convert it to Adobe or use it in Adobe? In the properties of my existing Adobe Acrobat document it shows Primo as the application. I can't seem to get from point A to point B. How do I use Primo to use it as a pdf document? Thank you.

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    Maureen,

    I'm not exactly sure what you are asking so I'll try to give a general response. If you create a document with PrimoPDF, I'm assuming here you're using it as a printer from Word or other office app. It is a PDF document. It can be read by any PDF reader including Adobe Reader. Now if you are talking about using Adobe Acrobat, not Reader, to Edit the document I see no reason it shouldn't since Adobe created the PDF specification you're just basically loading a file into an application. It's like loading an HTML document into any HTML editor, for instance Arachnophobia, or Front Page, they should both read the file w/o a problem. I hope this helps, if not post back with more specific questions.
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