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When using adobe acrobat pro dc and I leave a pdf open and untouched. The page I am viewing goes blank as well as the next couple of pages.
I have to close out adobe and restart my machine. Otherwise any other pdf I open will have random blank pages in the file.
I have already reinstalled from the web site. Ran repair on it. Yet the issue continues. Any help would be great
As a complete noob when it comes to pc issues, please could you give a step by step guide on how exactly I go about doing this.... I don't even know what Group policy is let alone how to find it.
Thank you in advance.
Is there a solution for someone like me who doesn't have the ability to edit group policy for mapped drives? My drives are mapped from my Synology NAS via SMB but I experience the exact same thing. After several hours or a day the PDFs open within Adobe Reader go blank and I have to close and reopen them.
We've got the same issue most of our workstations run on Win 7 with the latest Acrobat Reader DC.
The difference is our network shares are not mapped via group policies, we use the good old batch script command net use.
Is there a fix for the blank pages issue? Local files work fine, web files look also good but the issue with the network shares is a problem for us.
Thank you in advance.
Same; no GP, here.Blank pages are frustrating
For Windows 10, available software is Adobe Reader touch. There is no Preference option available within Settings but only Options and I can only change My name ! More surprising is that this software opens all files except one file ! So strange !
I have same issue...so frustrating
Is there an answer out there?
One my users is having this issue. He will have multiple PDF's open and after about an hour some of the pages go blank. It's only resolved by either closing/reopening or rebooted. This happened in Adobe Reader and Adobe Standard 2017 (Windows 10). Adobe: are you working on a resolution for this issue the it seems multiple people have been having?
I was having this same issue on Acrobat Pro DC and resolved by Preferences > Page Display > Page Content and Information - Use overprint preview - change to 'Always'.
Worked a treat.
same issue here as well.