I have always used Adobe Reader to download email attachments and then once downloaded use the Save As option to save to anywhere on my computer.
Suddenly after downloading any pdf file I can no longer save as to anywhere on my computer. I get the error message of : There are no more files with the yellow triangle containing an exclamation mark in the left corner of the error message. I have also tried reopening any previously stored pdf file on my computer and then try to use the Save As option to save this file to another location on my computer... still receive the same error message: There are no more files.
I am frustrated as I cannot save any business pdf documents/invoices to my computer. Help?
What browser are you using?
I am using Chrome.
Some attachements to my emails will not download into Adobe (pdf statements) Also another main issue now seems to be that the extension for converting say an email or confirmation statement to a pdf for saving in the DC does not work.
Therefore I cannot save them to the cloud or anywhere. The extension is enabled. Have done it several times.
This is the same issue I'm having. I can no longer Save As PDFs downloaded or received as attachments and give them the identity I want. Is there something in Preferences that needs to change? I'm using Firefox
So, you are also getting the "no more files" error message robertm?
I get a message that says: "This file may-be read only, or another user may have it open.Please save the document with a differenbt name of in a a different folder."
However, it make no different what name i give it or which folder I try and save it in, I get the same error message.
My only work around is to save it under the title the author gave it, and then change the file name afterwards. I can't use 'Save As' and create the name I want.