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Activation / Desactivation "Acrobat PDFMaker Office COM Addin"

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Hello

 

I am using Windows 7 64 bits and Excel 2010 32 bits.
I have also Adobe Acrobat DC installed.

I succeed manually to activate or desactivate the COM AddIn by using the Complement COM menu.
When I try to activate or desactvate this COM AddIn by using vba command like "Application.COMAddIns.Item(i).Connect = True" it didn't succeed due to right (I am not administrator).
What is the corect VBA command to activate or deactivate it ?
Thanks in advance

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Correct answer by ls_rbls | Adobe Community Professional

According to this guidance : https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/troubleshoot-acrobat-pdfmaker-problems-office.html it doesn't seem necessary that you need to run another command .

 

The notice you're getting is suggesting to elevate your user rights in order to achieve that task.

 

I would say to open MS Word as administrator, or the Visual Basic Editor in administrator mode as suggested in the link above.

 

 

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Activation / Desactivation "Acrobat PDFMaker Office COM Addin"

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Hello

 

I am using Windows 7 64 bits and Excel 2010 32 bits.
I have also Adobe Acrobat DC installed.

I succeed manually to activate or desactivate the COM AddIn by using the Complement COM menu.
When I try to activate or desactvate this COM AddIn by using vba command like "Application.COMAddIns.Item(i).Connect = True" it didn't succeed due to right (I am not administrator).
What is the corect VBA command to activate or deactivate it ?
Thanks in advance

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Correct answer by ls_rbls | Adobe Community Professional

According to this guidance : https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/troubleshoot-acrobat-pdfmaker-problems-office.html it doesn't seem necessary that you need to run another command .

 

The notice you're getting is suggesting to elevate your user rights in order to achieve that task.

 

I would say to open MS Word as administrator, or the Visual Basic Editor in administrator mode as suggested in the link above.

 

 

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According to this guidance : https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/troubleshoot-acrobat-pdfmaker-problems-office.html it doesn't seem necessary that you need to run another command .

 

The notice you're getting is suggesting to elevate your user rights in order to achieve that task.

 

I would say to open MS Word as administrator, or the Visual Basic Editor in administrator mode as suggested in the link above.

 

 

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