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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Sign up using Email and Password. With the newest update and beyond, if your using Reader please change all “Server” parameter from acroviewR18 to acroviewR Control In particular, it was point 4 that I needed to do, and despite searching a while, this is the only place I have found advice to switch the DDE command to [AppExit] and it worked a treat.

Dave Tompkins 51 1 1. That little acroviewR15 did the trick for me. With the newest update Sign up using Facebook. My impression is that tex.

Biomathematicus: TeXnicCenter error: [DocOpen(“%”)][FileOpen(“%”)]

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Yes, I am already affected by this.


When I building and view current file. Read more about the new Acrobat Reader version number here. Alexis Pigeon 6, 9 32 Can anyone give some insight to solve the problem either by fixing DDE or how to close the pdf automatically when it is recompiled?

Thanks a lot, folks. Does your output open directly in the Adobe reader now? Your solution is a “bazooka” since any other tabs in Acrobat Reader are closed too, but it does work! I’ve edited his answer, I think that’s more useful for other people than another answer doocpen less votes.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Claudia 3 This looks correct and I have the same, but it does not resolve the issue. I added this post just because of users like us What I don’t know is if it also belongs here. Thank you for your interest in this question.

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Feb 11 ’16 at 7: Schumacher Jun 16 ’15 at 0: TeXnicCenter just stops responding when trying to view the output with F5. I have not needed to change the Adobe Reader settings at all i.

Edy Jo 4 I tried “AcroViewR10” or “acroviewR10” and other combination, but still it does not work. Not sure if it makes a difference but in the windows registry the keys: Elias 3 Would mb like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?


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So, it takes an extra click or so. It certainly belongs there and I couldn’t find this answer anywhere there already. I am just putting it step by step, so someone else can use it.

But this is the most likely the solution. Indeed, this post does not help for Adobe Reader DC. Actually, the answers from Martyn and Adam Nellis solved this problem.

For “Close Document” Command: Control 4 Close document before running La TeX: Frank Seifert 2, 7 32 Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.

I remember passing hours trying to solve the problems and nothing. If you have this reader version or any version starting withreplace the server parameter from acroviewR15 or acroviewR17 to acroviewR18 as shown below.

I had to use a combination of the above bk, though, so I thought I would document what worked for me.

If the version number begins with. Frenzy Li 2