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What causes the Invalid annotation object error when trying to remove headers, footers, watermarks from PDF? Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 37. I thought it was a rights issue at first, but after creating a new user and finding the problem went away, I figured it had to be in the user profile I've lost days and days on this bug. have a peek here

Seriously! I had to delete the following to stop those stupid errors from randomly (or not so randomly popping up)c:\documents and settings\\application data\adobe\*.*c:\documents and settings\\apps\adobe\*.*Make necessary adjustment for Windows Vista/7. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. I continue to have the problem (invalid annotation object) so I just save often and save under another name. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/304199

But exporting the comments and importing into a fresh PDF only preserves comments. Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error aowie1 May 10, 2010 8:16 AM (in response to (Diane_Serafin)) Im not sure of the details of the rest of everyone else's problems, but here is Like Show 1 Likes(1) Actions 24. You won't be able to reinsert until after all the corrupted ones have been deleted.

Good_Doc.pdf) than the error-causing one.Open the printed version (e.g. a) Delete the pages with invalid annotaiton objects from the original3. great fix! The software comes with real-time Malware & Antivirus scan technology Recent Comments Trudi at 11:32 pm Thank you thank you thank you x1000000!

You then have to delete these pages, and re-insert clean ones.You won't be able to reinsert until after all the corrupted ones have been deleted.This is just my solution so far When I opened Adobe again, it asked if I wanted to open the last file which didn't save correctly, which I did. Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error (PUCK_96) Feb 24, 2009 3:18 PM (in response to (Diane_Serafin)) Does "Advanced PDF Repair" work? Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error brennao Oct 8, 2009 3:57 PM (in response to davidsdomingo) There are at least two posts here with ideas on how to actually fix a file

All Rights Reserved. | Powered by Help | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy and Cookies (UPDATED) | Forum Help | Tips for AskingJive Software Version: 8.0.3.0 , revision: 20160218075410.6eafe9c.release_8.0.3.x Please I did this for 45 minutes, narrowing down my groups until I had the 4 offending pages/annotations. Apparently Windows has more problems with these types of issues than Mac. In the Preflight menu select the Profiles tab and then select "Single Fix Ups".

great fix! http://www.justanswer.com/computer/4n2nn-adobe-invalid-annotation.html Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error (Roseo) Dec 17, 2008 4:51 AM (in response to (Diane_Serafin)) I have had the same problem. Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error De Pascalis Aug 29, 2012 12:47 AM (in response to Allta Media) Examine Document is now called "Remove Hidden Information" in Acrobat X, it's under the Apperently it can fixed from their side anyways.

This was the only way I could a file that became corrupted while the author was inputting edits to the layout. http://missioncritiallinux.com/adobe-error/adobe-error-i-200.html Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error De Pascalis Aug 29, 2012 12:47 AM (in response to Allta Media) Examine Document is now called "Remove Hidden Information" in Acrobat X, it's under the All of my documents have been created with Acrobat 9 Pro running Windows XP. Much appreciated.

The affected PDFs were not emailed or sent over the internet, I do not use a 3rd party reader (though I use Evermap plugin), and the only annotation objects I use Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error Alaino123 Feb 22, 2013 7:12 AM (in response to (Diane_Serafin)) I´ve never listened about this problem, but today this problem appeared on my computer, and i Copy the deleted pages back from the cleaned-up copy to the originalthis way you won't lose all your [email protected] Adobe: Aren't you ever going to fix that issue? Check This Out It is constantly crashing.

The only way I've in some ways "resolved" it is to have a business associate of mine take the file and open it in a Mac format and extract the pages THANKS! (I had a 75 page document/catalog with and index that contained about 500 (no kidding) links to destinations that I did not look forward to rebuilding!)Afterthought: I see that my This method worked, but the others listed here seem less time consuming!

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I could not extract the comments because the menu item was disabled...Solution:Because the file was created by me, the tracker defaultly opened the local version of it. a) Delete the pages with invalid annotaiton objects from the original3. Enumeration Summary Enumeration : AcroViewErrors : … Unregistered copy proc for the annotation object. Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error pub_ed Jan 9, 2012 8:40 AM (in response to (Diane_Serafin)) DLMoshak has a good solution for Mac users.

Those are the pages that have invalid annotation objects.From this point you can try to delete the objects, or simply delete and replace the pages, or implement a different solution. It worked! Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error (Appligent_Document_Solutions) Nov 17, 2008 12:26 PM (in response to (Diane_Serafin)) You may want to try to run it thru Distiller. [signature deleted] Like Show 0 Likes(0) this contact form Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error Pepe?

You then have to delete these pages, and re-insert clean ones. Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error (Steve8D) Dec 11, 2008 9:27 AM (in response to (Diane_Serafin)) I had the same problem, but I believe it was because Adobe didn't close correctly the Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply. This job is due tomorrow.

What you could try to do is opening it in Preview, and try saving again. Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error oks_123 Aug 29, 2012 3:54 AM (in response to DLMoshak) Hi Thanks for your clear post. THANKS! (I had a 75 page document/catalog with and index that contained about 500 (no kidding) links to destinations that I did not look forward to rebuilding!)Afterthought: I see that my thanks.

Those are the pages that have invalid annotation objects.From this point you can try to delete the objects, or simply delete and replace the pages, or implement a different solution. I had spent over 3 hours adding my annotation and comments as that was the point of using this program...so I don't really want to revert to the original file as After the extraction, look in the destination folder to see which pages are missing. That´s all.PS: Just wanted to print my document, no modify it i hope this information could be good for you.Excuse my english im still learning.

This repair tool is designed to find and repair common errors on your computer to ensure your computer's system is running perfectly. The links still work but future editing will be limited. Huge problem! Re: "Invalid Annotation Object" error Allta Media Nov 18, 2008 11:24 AM (in response to (Diane_Serafin)) If you're using Pro.

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 22. But if you submitted this for review at all to others, it might be possible for you to contact those you have sent it to and have them send back the Document > Extract Pages ...•Select the checkbox for "Extract Pages As Separate Files"•Set the destination to a 'dedicated' folder that won't contain any other files -- that way, you can simply I had a corrupt PDF with annotations and 'invalid annotations object' message.