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Jan 12, 2018 06:22 |  #1

While working with the completed form pdf the following message appears - "There was an error processing a page. Invalid Function resource."
Now when I open the form the program does not respond, How to be in this case ?!?




  
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Jan 12, 2018 06:55 |  #2

That could be a corrupt PDF file.


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Jan 12, 2018 07:58 |  #3

What program are you using?

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Jan 18, 2018 13:25 as a reply to  @ BigAl007's post |  #4

I use Photoshop CS3
tried to restore various free utilities from the network, until the results are not pleased (




  
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Jan 18, 2018 14:32 |  #5

kripakrip wrote in post #18543841 (external link)
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Are you sure CS3 has the ability to open a PDF?




  
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Jan 18, 2018 21:18 |  #6

John from PA wrote in post #18543888 (external link)
Are you sure CS3 has the ability to open a PDF?

It does - I use it quite often to convert & edit building site plans from pdf to jpg

Kripakrip - you might want to try installing CS3 to another machine if you have access to any, to work out if it's the application or the file that has the issue. Does CS3 open other types of file without error? (i.e. jpg etc?)


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Jan 22, 2018 14:39 |  #7

The PDF may not be corrupt: it could be a more recent version of PDF. If it's more recent, and has newer features, it's not going to open in CS3 (think CS3 supports Acrobat 8). For viewing PDFs, you can download the new Adobe Acrobat viewer for free.


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Jan 22, 2018 15:39 as a reply to  @ davesrose's post |  #8

It depends how the pdf file was saved. They can be saved with compatibility going back many versions.
Some versions such as pdfx-1/a are almost universally compatible.


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Jan 22, 2018 15:47 as a reply to  @ ThreeHounds's post |  #9

Yes, but *it depends*. As stated, if a particular feature in the original PDF is from a newer version, it won't open in a previous version (especially going back to 8). At least viewing it in a current version of Adobe Acrobat will confirm if its corrupt.


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Jan 25, 2018 05:20 |  #10

kripakrip wrote in post #18539236 (external link)
While working with the completed form pdf the following message appears - "There was an error processing a page. Invalid Function resource."
Now when I open the form the program does not respond, How to be in this case ?!?

I upgraded from CS3 to CS6 two years ago, but the CS6 just couldn't function well on a retina screen. Anyway, I'm usually a "Free-stuff " kind of person. Have you thought about getting some free alternatives https://www.1and1.co.u​k …tives-to-adobe-photoshop/ (external link) for your basic stuff? I mean Adobe wins hands-down on the really advanced stuff, but GIMP is also a really powerful free software!




  
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