VickiatUNL - First, I was able to download the PDF and open it just fine locally. There are lots of variables that maybe you can help sort out in troubleshooting this. What program are you using to attempt to open the file? It is a relatively large file, and I wonder if it is being hosted online, and the download speed might be a factor? The more details you can provide, the better chance we may have at figuring out what might be preventing you from opening it. Mac? Wondows? Acrobat Version - Reader? Do tell.
Yes, please be more specific. The file opened fine on my end.
I am trying to open the document in Adobe Acrobat DC and everytime I try on my computer at work it acts like it will open and then completely shuts down the program. I can open other PDF documents on this computer with no issue. I use my laptop to open the this PDF and problems. Seems like my Adobe Acrobat DC (on work computer) is not liking something about this PDF.
If Acrobat is shutting down then it is likely you have some kind of fault in the Acrobat install in your system. Acrobat does not have the most stable code base. Its big, complicated, and old. Sometimes, badly formed features in a PDF will cause Acrobat to choke. Seems like you may have hit one of these. I would suggest two things. Have someone with a working version Acrobat pro optimize this PDF. That may fix the issue in the PDF. Second, try repairing or re-installing Acrobat Pro.
Are both computers (work and home remote PC) using the same build version of Adobe Acrobat Pro and the same update version with the same operating system(smabuild same latest updates)?
If you're on a MS Windows PC I would suggest to check your firewall or VPN (if any). It is possible that one of the processes that run in the background is blocked or something.
Check the event viewer for bnotifications, you'll definitely can spot the warning errors there. Then share a screenshot.
I have resolved the issue my restarting my computer at work. Thank you everyone for your suggestions.
Super - glad you've found a working solution!