[DocOpen(“%”)][FileOpen(“%bm.p cannot execute the command. Acrobat Reader appears, but with no file Thanks. Configuration. docopen() fileopen() cannot execute the command: nov 1 year ago Problem when updating my tex folder with TexnicCenter open. The problem: Recently I installed TeXnicCenter, which, by the way, is my As a result of this, the DDE command and the location of the PDF.
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I did as you indicated but it did not work for me: I didn’t work for me until I tried that.
I remember passing hours trying to solve the problems and nothing. If you like its features but fear about its drawbacks we have good news for you: Not sure if it makes a difference but in the cannnot registry the keys: Your solution is a “bazooka” since any other tabs in Acrobat Reader are closed too, but it does work!
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I added this post just because of users like execuute I will not go into details here, but I want you to get a feeling of LaTeX.
It did not ccannot in my case too. At first ensure that you have installed a LaTeX distribution. Acrobat X seems to have changed execut servername and this is breaking things. Command line arguments to pass to the compiler: Thanks a lot, folks. If you are used to this, working with LaTeX will be quite new to you.
Can anyone give some insight to solve the problem either by fixing DDE or how to close the texniccented automatically when it is recompiled? I realise this question is a little old, but I have just been struggling with this problem not used TeXnicCenter for a wile, so hadn’t noticed the problems when upgrading Adobe and this thread is the only one that solved the problem for me.
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If I close the error message and press F5 a second time with Acrobat Reader now open then it will open the document.
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The issue remains the same. Actually, the answers from Martyn and Adam Nellis solved this problem. Open it in your favorite PDF-viewer like i. I am using the following settings: For the newer version of Adobe [DocClose] doesn’t work anymore.
Please see the following image from my profile in german, but you can see easily where you have to change it After having the same problem and finding this comman, my issues were eventually solved by the solution posted here: When it is finished execute the same command again.
Everytime I update something, I have to solve this issue here again and again. It certainly belongs there and I couldn’t find this answer anywhere there already.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. This is something you will never encounter when working with LaTeX. There is a similar issue with Adobe Reader before I switched I assume you’re fine with an updated view in SumatraPDF until some random later compilation.