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AcroRd32

I have encountered AcroRd32. Would some one help me please?

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Re: AcroRd32

Hi

 

 

Go to Start > Type Premiere in Start Search > Right Click Adobe Premiere Elements and Click Run As Administrator 

 

Or Try this steps

 

Go to

EDIT

Preferences

General

UNCHECK --> Enable Protected Mode at Startup

 


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Re: AcroRd32

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Hi,

 

See the link below.

 

http://forums.adobe.com/thread/790549

 

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