Can't reenable "Acrobat PDFMaker Office COM Addin"

While PDFing a document from Microsoft Word 2007 (using Acrobat 9), the process froze so I killed the Word process.
Afterwards, I found that the Acrobat menu is now missing when I open a Word document.
In "Word Options", the Acrobat PDFMaker Office COM Addin is disabled. However, I've tried renabling it with no luck - it remains disabled.
I've tried also adding the COM to the registry, and running a repair, as described at this web page:
Neither worked for me.
Does anyone have any other ideas before I have to reinstall Acrobat?

Hi Alice,
Unfortunately that didn't fix it for me, but I finally found a solution courtesy of a comment by "Joel" at this blog - I've rewritten it slightly here:
Open Word 2007.
Click on the Word icon. Go to the bottom of the window that is opened.
Click Word Options.
In the window opened, click “Add-ins”.
On the body of this window, choose the Adobe string that appear under “disabled application add-in”.
This is the crucial part: go to the bottom of this window, instead of "COM add-ins", Choose "Disabled Items". (This is where I was going wrong.)
Click Go.
In the Disabled Items dialog box displayed, select the Adobe addin and click Enable, then Close, then OK.

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