Re: Unable to scan and save a PDF
I can assure HP that it's not Microsoft or Adobe, because I very recently
scanned about 40+ pages to PDF with my Canon LiDE 80 scanner.
Which application are you using to create the PDF, obviously it's not
Acrobat full version or you wouldn't have the Reader software installed as
well. I'd suggest it was the PDF creation application that is causing the
Cari (MS-MVP) Printing & Imaging
"ASUfan2000" <ASUfan2000@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I just bought an HP Officejet Pro L7555 and my OS is Vista Home
> When I try to scan and save a PDF file, I keep getting a message that says
> "Destination Component has stopped working (A problem caused the program
> stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if
> solution is available)". A PDF file is created, but when I open the file,
> box appears that says "Adobe Reader could not open "scan0001.pdf" because
> is either not a supported file type or because the file was damaged (for
> example, it was sent as an email attachment and wasn't correctly decoded".
> I contacted HP, but they said that since the Microsoft Windows logo shows
> on the error message, it's a problem between Microsoft and Adobe. Yet the
> Cannon multi-function I just tossed was able to scan and save a PDF...
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!