Updating a pdf file
To determine if any of these features is the cause of your problem, disable them.Then, try to create a PDF file: Remove both Acrobat and Office or the specific Office application (Word, Power Point, or Excel).This document can help you troubleshoot problems that occur when you try to create PDF files from Office applications using Acrobat PDFMaker.Although this document is specific to Microsoft Word, most of the troubleshooting procedures also apply to Microsoft Power Point and Microsoft Excel.Adobe Acrobat PDFMaker (the Convert To Adobe PDF button in the PDFMaker toolbar/tab) is an add-in that creates PDF files from Microsoft Office applications.This feature installs with Acrobat Professional and Standard.Acrobat PDFMaker (for MS Office 2003 and earlier) uses the Adobe PDF printer, which in turn uses the Acrobat Distiller application, to convert Word documents.Therefore, the first step in troubleshooting is to determine if Acrobat Distiller is working correctly: If you can create a PDF file with the Adobe PDF printer or Acrobat Distiller, but not with Acrobat PDFMaker, the problem could be with an Acrobat PDFMaker feature.
If you have an image editor you might be able to edit it.
Adobe is investigating the problem and working with Microsoft to get it resolved as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, to create PDFs, see the workaround here.
If the Win2PDF Mail Helper application is installed, the Mail Helper application will be opened to send the email instead of the default MAPI client.
Delete after Sending - Deletes the document after it has been sent using the "Send PDF" option.