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Is there any way to fix the error from a PDF file?

 
moodyy
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Dec 08, 2015 17:32 |  #1

Urgent- I'm trying to open a PDF document and I get an error message that says possible damage has occurred because it may have been an e-mailed document that was not properly decoded before e-mailing. I just downloaded the latest version 8.1.1 version of Adobe and still get the same error message. Any one else been successful at retrieving one of these




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Alyx
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Dec 09, 2015 03:56 |  #2

Not sure if I came across things like this before but try checking out https://forums.adobe.c​om ...d/393580?start=0&ts​tart=0 (external link)

Do you have the mail it was send with? (got the idea you don't but still thought it was worth asking)


something that says "click" and some strange white tubes with glass in it..

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LincsRP
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Dec 09, 2015 04:47 |  #3

From what I understand about emails is that the file is sent to the recipient in 'packets' which take the easiest route around the web and re-assembles itself when arrives. This if ok works but, if it fails somehow then I would presume the packet isn't complete. I doubt then no amount of effort to repair it would work.


Steve
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smith.mark
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Dec 13, 2015 08:44 |  #4

You can modify the way PDF is generated or produced if you manage or administrate software that generated PDFs automatically. For this, you must take care of the fact that no irrelevant bytes should appear before %PDF at head of PDF file.
If it don't work the document is lost for good.
Or you may want to try this.
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smith.mark
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Dec 13, 2015 08:45 |  #5

Perhaps this authoritative source will also help you.
https://forums.adobe.c​om/message/6978758#697​8758 (external link)




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moodyy
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Dec 14, 2015 09:57 |  #6

Thank you guys for your feedback and help. Sorry, that long time did not respond. This is because the issue was solved and I forgot to tell.) Thank you!




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