Word 2000

I have a lan with about 100 users all using Office 2000. All users are able to read embedded pdf files through Word except one. I have tried reinstalling Word and Acrobat Reader. I have tried older versions of Reader too. All efforts fail, clicking on the embedded pdf causes Word to open the raw pdf file.
The only thing that I can see different between this installation is that there is no "Adobe PDF" entry in the main menu bar next to "Help" in Word.
I have tried to find out how to manually install Reader into Word, but I been unsucessful.
HELP!

Never mind...I found the solution by deeply studying MS Word's object model, it seems that Microsoft gave an alternate method for referencing an object within it's collection, and that way is the "item" method.
Every collection has this method, which takes an index for parameter, it has to be called using OLE2.INVOKE_OBJ, the code that I gave for example now looks like this:
objWord := OLE2.CREATE_OBJ('WORD.APPLICATION');
objSel := OLE2.GET_OBJ_PROPERTY(objWord,'SELECTION');
objSelTables := OLE2.GET_OBJ_PROPERTY(objSel,'TABLES');
objArgList := OLE2.CREATE_ARGLIST;
OLE2.ADD_ARG(objArgList,1);
objTable := OLE2.INVOKE_OBJ(objSelTables,'ITEM',objArgList);

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