OK -- Success! I can now print to PDF from Quicken 99, and I can right-click from the desktop to combine multiple PDFs into a single PDF.
(Thank you to TheKB for providing trail to update files.) (Hmmm ... I am guessing that TheKB is your handle for "The Knowledge Base" -- is that a good guess?)
Here's a summary of what I had to do. It was time-consuming, and I encountered surprise malware. Perhaps my summary will help save time for others.
Assumption: You are starting from Acrobat Professional 8.0 and you want the English update.
- Use the downloads at ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/acrobat/win/8.x/ because that is where you will find the complete list of all updates (patches).
- Download all of the patches before you begin installing. It will save you time because you have to reboot after almost every patch. You do not need all of the files offered. You do need the file(s) for English. See next step.
- Your first download is AcrobatUpd810_efgj_incr.msp (Note: the "efgj" means English-French-German-Japanese.)
- Your subsequent downloads are all AcrobatUpdNNN_all_incr.msp where NNN = the update number. For example: 811, 812, 813, etc. (Tip: Open two or more browser windows so you can download more than one at a time.)
- Most of the updates are not chained and you may have to reboot after almost every install, as I did.
- See below for the list of files I installed. Although a few had chained updates, you should download every one rather than rely on my findings. I discovered which ones were chained by working backwards from 831 to 830 etc. Also see below for an explanation of the malware.
Installed Files: AcrobatUpdNNN_...
816 (includes 814 and 815)
817 (this is the final 81N update)
822 (includes 821)
825 (includes 824)
826 (this is the final 82N update)
831 (this is the final 83N update)
Raptr Malware Incident
I installed 823 and rebooted. Upon reboot, I was greeted with a Raptr gaming login screen. I am not a gamer in any form and would never knowingly install a game. So I used my iPad to research this one (wanting to avoid an internet connection with my PC until I knew what I was dealing with).
I found out that the game was installed by AMD and that it has some interaction with Adobe CS.
I have no idea what actually triggered the Raptr login screen. I.e., was it something that downloaded with the 823 update? Was it something lurking in AMD that woke up when I rebooted?
Whatever ... I couldn't get rid of it fast enough. I used Programs > Uninstall and then searched for (and found and deleted) a dozen other raptr files on my system (the Windows Uninstall did not get rid of everything by itself).
I know this was a long post. And I do hope that people viewing this post find value in it.