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Re: [BKARTS] Adobe Reader



Having just upgraded to the Reader ver 7.0 from ver. 6.x,
I recommend the change. It's operation is significantly improved
and it features a rather slick Find (next) function - in addition to the
ver 6.x type of Find window.

Assuming you use some version of Windows, to resolve whether
..pdf is still registered as an Adobe Acrobat file, do the following
- find a pdf file saved on your hard drive
- navigate to it using your Windows (not Internet) Explorer
- right click on the file
- select Open With -- Choose Program
- scroll down to Adobe Reader in the Open With window
- click in the box labeled "Always use the selected program..."
- click OK

That should re-connect .pdf files with the Adobe Reader.

Alan Shalette



----- Original Message -----
From: "Margaret Lammerts" <ed.marg@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2005 12:37 PM
Subject: Adobe Reader


|
| Hi everyone
|
| I need to know if I have a glitch.
| I upgraded to Adobe Reader 6 more than a month ago, and now when coming
| across a PDF file am no longer able to "click" and open within my browser.
| What has happened?
| I now have to "save target" to my desktop and open after exiting my
| browser.
| Can this be fixed....or is that the way it is?
| Should I trash 6. and download 7. hoping it's going to work like 5. used to?
| Please respond privately.
|
| margaret
|
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