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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TeXnicCenter & Adobe Reader DC, Acrobat 10 or X – my LaTeX notes
Schumacher Jun 16 ’15 at 0: Thank you for doocopen interest in this question.
Control 4 Close document before running La TeX: How to open output as pdf directly? 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.
I’ve edited his answer, I think that’s more useful for other people than another answer with less votes.
With the newest update and beyond, if your using Reader please change all “Server” parameter from acroviewR18 to acroviewR Sign up using Email and Password. When I press F5, and the document opens, Acrobat Reader does not become the top window the focus stays with TexnicCenter.
For the newer version of Adobe [DocClose] doesn’t work anymore. When I building and view current file.
Can you supplement your answer with some information about where to type that code? Claudia 3 It certainly belongs there and I couldn’t find this answer anywhere there already.
Can be solved by proper setting in TeXnicCenter: Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. I am just putting it step by step, so someone else can use it. Control The server above is for Adobe Reader. This looks correct and I have the same, but it does not resolve the issue.
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 docopsn open then it will open the document.
TeXnicCenter just stops responding when trying to view the output with F5. My solution was to download another version of adobe reader, we can choose this link: I had the same problem after Adobe Reader update, solved with: I read it, but I still have the same problem as asked.
FrenzyLi Yes I do. My impression is that tex.
Yes, Doco;en am already affected by this. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Frank Seifert 2, 7 32 The acroviewR15 part solved it for me too. With the newest update I had to use a combination of the above answers, though, so I thought I would document what worked for me. I guess the version is out.
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] docope it worked a treat.
Actually, the answers from Martyn and Adam Nellis solved this problem. Frenzy Li 2 Post as a guest Name. Should this question be migrated to dcopen. What I don’t know is if it also belongs here.