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I have discovered that turning off the "enable accessibility and reflow with Tagged PDF" frees up a huge amount of chugging time and I no longer crash. Also, my fields no longer have the "T" border. Hopefully no one with disability software will try to read my files....

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    I have discovered that turning off the "enable accessibility and reflow with Tagged PDF" frees up a huge amount of chugging time and I no longer crash. Also, my fields no longer have the "T" border. Hopefully no one with disability software will try to read my files.
    Dawn_Cordova@adobeforums.com Guest

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    I tried renaming the .dot and that did not work either, Word did not open properly. You mentioned other files. What files should I be seeing other than the one .dot
    Patricia_Tutterrow@adobeforums.com Guest

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    When opening Word (Office XP) I receive a security warning stating my pdfmaker.dot contains macros and the digital signature contains a timestamp that can't be verified. When looking at the timestamp of the digital certificate, it has a valid date range from 12/26/2002 to 1/12/2004. What does it take to get this certificate updated? I have only had the product for 3 months.
    rd0275@adobeforums.com Guest

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    I have this same problem. HELP!!!
    Glenn_Baker@adobeforums.com Guest

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    I spent over 1 hr on the phone with Adobe support with a similar related problem.

    Try checking your Startup folder location in MS Word. Within MS Word (I'm running 2002), click Tools - Options - File Locations tab, Startup should point to \Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\Startup. Mine was pointing to my temp directory (although there wasn't a PDFMaker.DOT file in that folder).

    MS has a technote on this (you have to read between the lines). Do a KBase search on Technote #301638.

    Thanks to Sean in Adobe support for his assistance.
    Glenn_Baker@adobeforums.com Guest

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