Print Multiple Pdf's with Acrobat X pro

I would like to print multiple pdf's from folder but when i highlight like 7 pdf's then do right click there is no option to print.  We had this option in acrobat 9 pro.
Also one of the user computer only ahve acrobat reader and that user able to print mulitple pdf's.
How can i fix this? pls help
Thanks

Having a similar issue with Acrobat Pro X, currently version 10.0.3 (I will be updating it tonight). If I right click a PDF and select print, Acrobat launches  but doesn't open the document or print. It just opens to the initial screen (where you can open, create, etc). If I right click on a PDF and select Open, Acrobat launches and opens the document and from within Acrobat I can do a File -> Print and it works - so it's just a problem when trying to Print from a right-click.
I can right click on other doc types and it prints just fine, can select multiple files of the same type and they print as well if I right click -> Print. This is only happening with Acrobat so it's not an OS issue. I have the same problem on 2 boxes.

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