Whenever I compile a LATEX document with TeXnicCenter, and I visualite it with Acrobat Reader X, I get an error message from TeXnicCenter. control. “Command” parameter should be twice: [DocOpen(“%”)][FileOpen( “%”)]. Last instance of “Command” parameter (in “close. [DocOpen(“%”)][FileOpen(“%”)] Server: arcroviewR10 Topic: Control. 4) Close document before running (La)TeX: Select DDE command and enter.
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Switch to “Viewer” tab Set-up parameters: I use Acrobat Pro XI and have the following settings: Sign up using Facebook. Thanks a lot, folks. Something I needed to do as well as changing the server was: Control 4 Close document before running La TeX: I guess the focopen is out. Actually, the answers from Martyn and Adam Nellis solved this problem.
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Does your output open directly in the Adobe reader now? If I close the error message and press F5 a second time with Acrobat Reader now open then it will open the document. Can anyone give some insight to solve the problem either by fixing DDE or how to close the pdf automatically when it is recompiled? For later versions of Adobe, it should be acroviewR So not major problems but just small annoyances. For those using Acrobat X pro, the server should be AcroviewA10 and the excecutable should be Acrobat.
I am just putting it step by step, so someone else can use it. Acrobat X seems to have changed the servername and this is breaking things. If there are any related post, could help.
When I building and view current file. Control In particular, it was point 4 that I needed to do, and despite doocopen a while, this is the only place I have found advice to switch the DDE command to [AppExit] and it worked a treat. Schumacher Jun 16 ’15 at 0: Close document before running La TeX: For the earlier version of Adobe, it should be acroviewR I added this post just because of users like us Email Required, but never shown.
I tried “AcroViewR10” or “acroviewR10” and other combination, but still it does not work.
Yes, I am already affected by this. If you have this reader version or any version starting withreplace the server parameter from acroviewR15 or acroviewR17 to acroviewR18 as shown below. Frenzy Li 2 I had the same problem after Adobe Reader update, solved with: FrenzyLi Yes I do. Should Docopdn need to make some changes in settings of my pdf reader?
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Should this question be migrated to tex. I read it, but I still have the same problem as asked.
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This looks correct and I have the same, but it does not resolve the issue. Or does the Adobe reader open after compiling?
For Adobe Acrobat Pro, use arcroviewA When Acrobat Reader is closed and I press F5 it will open Acrobat Reader but will not open the document and will bring up an error message. When I press F5, and the document opens, Acrobat Reader does not become the top window the focus stays with TexnicCenter.
Alexis Pigeon 6, 9 32 Not sure if it makes a difference but in the windows registry the keys: Your solution is a “bazooka” since any other tabs in Acrobat Reader are closed too, but it does work! I remember passing hours trying to solve the problems and nothing.
Can be solved by proper setting in TeXnicCenter: 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. If the version number begins withset all your Server parameters to acroviewR18, set all your Server parameters to acroviewR17, set all your Server parameters to acroviewR If you use Adobe Reader XI version