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Adobe Confusion, Where Did Adobe Reader 5.0 Go?

Q: Adobe Confusion, Where Did Adobe Reader 5.0 Go?

Hi all, I need help. Strange things are happening. My computer freezes when I open a web page and click on a link. Sometimes the link will partially load, sometimes not, but if it freezes, I cannot X out of the whole thing. I have to use Control/Alt/Delete. Also, Adobe Acrobat has disappeared. It shows in the Add/Delete programs in the Control panel(Adobe Acrobat 5.0) but on the list of programs shown is I put the cursor at Start, Adobe name is there but it is empty. I tried to update it yesterday thinking that was part of my
problem but I was told there was no program to update and I cannot find it on-line anywhere to install again.

That is the difference between Adobe Acrobat 5.0, Adobe reader 7 and Adobe Flash Player 9? I am a new user (and an old granny) and am having real problems figuring a lot of this out. I have cleaned up everything I can think of and do not know how to address this problem. Any help is appreciated.

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A: Adobe Confusion, Where Did Adobe Reader 5.0 Go?

Is this problem still existing?

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 220 Processor, AMD64 Family 16 Model 6 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 2815 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 940886 MB, Free - 891582 MB; D: Total - 12879 MB, Free - 1571 MB;
Antivirus: avast! Antivirus, Updated and Enabled

My desktop computer is running quite slow, so I am checking all of the software that I have installed to see if something might be causing the problem. Do I need the above items please? I have Foxit Reader and I am running a free Office Suite called Open Office.

Thank you for reading this.

Kind regards


A:Solved: Do I need Adobe Air, Adobe Flash Player and Adobe Reader, please?

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I updated to Adobe Reader 9.2 from Adobe's website this morning and when I got home, it said Adobe updater needs attention. It was offering to install 8.1.4. Maybe because I haven't restarted yet. I thought that was weird. Several problems trying to open a pdf file after updating. Said tab has been restored and kicked me out of reader a few times. Finally it let me into the PDF and said it was parsing the data or configuring the file for reading or somesuch. I hope it stops behaving badly after a restart. paj692

A:Solved: I'm using Adobe Reader 9.2 why is the updater offering Adobe Reader 8.1.4

Adobe has released some information about some big security holes in Adobe software: http://www.adobe.com/support/security/

You can turn off the updater as follows:
1. Load ADobe Reader
2. Go to Edit, Preferences
3. Select Updater at the bottom
4. Select 'Do not down or install updates automatically'
5. Click OK

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A critical vulnerability exists in Flash Player and earlier versions (Adobe Flash Player and earlier for Chrome users) for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Solaris, Adobe Flash Player and earlier versions for Android, and the Authplay.dll component that ships with Adobe Reader and Acrobat X (10.0.2) and earlier 10.x and 9.x versions for Windows and Macintosh operating systemsContinue reading Security bulletin

A:Security Advisory for Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Reader and Acrobat

This further enhances the point that these software mfg's need to start putting security first when they build their code.

It's completely ridiculous and irresponsible nearly 15 years later after they were all warned about it!

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I have Windows Vista 32 bit and from the beginning I have problems opening pdf's from internetsites: my computer suggests that I install the recent version of Adobe what I did (succesfully as adobe says). I tried some of the suggestions I found on the internet: uninstall - install, execute as administrator, change the compatibility to Windows server pack 2, upgrated the internet explorer, but still it doesn't work. Any suggestions?

Thanks a lot, Swaantje

A:[SOLVED] problem with adobe reader and adobe flash player

Here is a link to a cool Adobe Reader alternative http://www.foxitsoftware.com/downloads/index.php the program is not even close to half the size of Adobe's Reader.

What type of problem are you having with flash player?

Can you watch a youtube video?

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I use both Adobe Reader 8 and Adobe Photoshop Elements 5.0. Whenever I open a pdf document, it always defaults to the Adobe Photoshop Elements. Is there a way to change the default so it opens with Adobe Reader? Thanks.

A:Adobe Photoshop Elements And Adobe Reader

Navigate to where you store your pdf files.
Right click on one of these files and a dialogue will open inviting you to nominate which prog you wish to open that file.
In that dialogue, scroll down to "choose a program", when that opens,?scroll?to?Adobe?Reader,?click?on?that?and?then?click?on?"always?use?this?program?to?open?this?type?pf?file"

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I created a pdf. file from a document that had 'fill-in forms'. I used Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0. to create the PDF file.

I then I burned the pdf. file on to a CD.

When I used my Adobe Reader 9.0 to open the PDF file, I could fill-in the forms, but not save them. I received a message that said I could not save the information, only print it unless I enabled the ‘local save capability’ in the original pdf. file.

I will be selling the CDs and need the buyer to be able to fill-in the forms, and then save the document on the CD or the buyer’s computer.

1. How do I enable the ‘local save capability’ on Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0, saving the document with the information typed into the fill-in forms?

2. How can I write protect the pdf. file so no one can edit it (except for the fill-in fields) nor duplicate the disk?

3. Has anyone bought a software product from www.SoftCaptain.com and if yes, what was your experience with the software product company?


A:Adobe Acrobat Professional & Adobe Reader

I can't answer all of your questions, but data on a CD is read only, you won't be able to save the edited file on that CD.
It can only be saved on the hard drive & then burned to CD again, if necessary.

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I am having Adobe Reader. Should I go for Adobe DC.

A:Adobe Reader 11 or Adobe DC

It seems DC is the latest version so uninstall old one first and go for it.

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Do I have to? And do I also need Acrobat.com?

A:Do I have to keep Adobe AIR if I only want Adobe Reader 9?

You just need the reader, not all of the bloatware. A lot of people have found Foxit pdf reader to be a preferred substitute. Just letting you knowhttp://www.download.com/Foxit-Reader/3000-...4-10313206.html

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Do you guys remember when Adobe Reader was just this nice simple little PDF file reader. I had such a problem with Adobe Reader 9 and the site that I manage with all of Adobe Reader 9's add-on crap, that my once fine Adobe Reader 8 that came in at 60 MB's, with version 9 came in at over 200! I kid you not!

I'm sick of software companies piling on all this extra crap that has nothing to do with the performance or enhancement of the product. A PDF reader should be to read files....That's it. I don't need some graphic enhancing garbage, window washing, calender, singing man, Find Blimpy The Clown game, install the optional toolbar crap.

Luckily I was able to uninstall version 9 and go back to version 8 with the 8.1.3 within the program. Than I read at Adobe's site that there were some critical security patches for Reader 9. Well Adobe, if you would focus on the product necessities rather than the unrelated garbage, performance might be enhanced instead of hindered.

I can't wait to see what Blimpy The Clown does in Version 10! UGGHHH!


A:Remember When Adobe Reader Was Just A Basic PDF Reader? (I HATE VERSION 9)

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Hi there
I've just installed Foxit PDF reader -- It works fine -- now am uninstalling Adobe pdf reader.
Don't know whats up with adobe these days --if I could find a decent alternative to Photoshop I would --Note the GIMP is fine but I NEED photoshop unfortunately --it's still the best out there in spite of Adobe's messing up the latest releases of its software.


A:Foxit Reader works fine -- uninstalling Adobe pdf reader

I've used Foxit reader, but it wasn't totally compatible with Adobe Acrobat created PDF files, but in most cases it sufficed quite well. As for Photoshop replacements, there are a few others available and PaintShop Pro is not a bad alternative, though when Corel bought it out initially, it completely stuffed things up. I understand that it's fixed a lot of update issues etc in that time and it's leagues cheaper than Photoshop.

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I never downloaded adobe flash player 10 before and for some reason when i download it ,it wont show me a download box it just says on the bottom right hand corner all downloads compete and after this i cant find it anywhere. Is there somewhere else i should be looking?

A:Solved: adobe flash 10 confusion

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Adobe Acrobat 4.0 was on my computer when I bought it. I have Windows ME. Recently I downloaded a free copy of the Acrobat Reader 6.0 but Adobe Acrobat is not free. Is Reader a part of Adobe Acrobat? Should I buy an updated version Adobe Acrobat and if so, what would be the advantage of doing so

A:What is the difference between Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe Acrobat is the full version which allows you to create and edit pdf files. Reader is free and is just the viewer that allows you to read pdf documents someone else has created. If you still have the full version of 4.0 it should still work fine for creating simple pdf documents. The advantage of upgrading is that 4.0 is no longer supported by Adobe and the more recent versions (they're up to 7 now) have many more features. You should keep your version of the Reader current because older versions of the Reader may not be able to open documents created with the newer versions of Acrobat. But if you don't use Acrobat very much for creating and editing (and it sounds like you don't), I don't see any need to purchase an upgrade. Hope that all made sense.

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Anyone using this foxit?????? Is it worthwhile?????????? Thanks

A:Solved: Foxit Reader vs Adobe Reader

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I noticed that i have these 2 programs (abbyy reader and Adobe reader 8). Do i need both of them for it run properly? I would like to only keep Adobe Reader 8 as i have files saved with this program. Please let me know if i can get rid of the Abbyy.

A:Solved: Adobe Reader 8/Abbyy Reader?

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I'm considering changing from Adobe Reader to Foxit Reader because of all the problems Adobe seems to be having.

Any thoughts on this?


A:Change from Adobe Reader to Foxit Reader

Most people that know there is an alternative and are not required to have adobe switch. Another alternative I use which I like even better than FoxIt and also free is PDF-XCHANGE VIEWER.

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What are your reviews on Foxit Reader?Small Question: Can Foxit Reader view PDF files inside IE just like Adobe Reader?Edit:I was reading one of the reviews in Download.com and the user says:"Danger: Create a restore point if you have to install!"by (Name Removed) on November 26, 2008 Pros: Unknown. In order to do anything that Adobe reader doesn't already do - better, you must install other spyware-laden crap.Cons: Created a toolbar that would not uninstall, even after uninstalling program. Created unasked for shortcuts and entries in favorites.Does it really do this?

A:Should I replace Adobe Reader with Foxit Reader?

I have used foxit reader for awhile now and have not had a problem, I love it.. Yes it does open PDF file in IE as well as in Firefox

And the only reason that guy said about the toolbar is because he installed it!! It does not come prepackaged with it!

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adobe reader is installed on this HP Mini from factory.
when do u use it?

A:adobe reader 9

All I can say is that you had better remove Adobe Reader 9 and install the latest version (Reader X):
PDF reader, protected mode | Adobe Reader X

The link above will also tell you what you can do with the program - its main function is to open and read PDF files.

Adobe Reader 9 caused Windows Explorer to crash on my Windows 7 HP computer. In addition, older software versions are vulnerable to malware - they're a security hazard.
Always keep your OS and programs up-to-date :-)

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Adobe has released Version 11.0.07 of the Adobe Reader software for viewing PDF documents, now known as Adobe Reader XI. This update contains security fixes.

A:Adobe Reader 11.0.07

Originally Posted by Edwin

This update contains security fixes.

Also a 64-bit plugin so it can now run in IE11 with Enhanced Protected Mode on, without switching to IE 32-bit.

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A friend is having trouble download Adobe Reader 9.1. Her laptop is sev. years old, 256 RAM and runs Windows XP. I have this version and 8.0 on my computer. How can I burn either to a CD and then install it on her computer. This is free software. When I attempt to "SAVE" it to a CD or my computer, the program immediately goes to INSTALL, without the option to save anywheres.

Thanx for your help.

A:Need CD of Adobe Reader

You could use Foxit Reader for PDF. It's free and can be run from a flash-drive


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Hi there...wondering if someone could help me out please..recently installed adobe reader 8.1 but everytime i try to open it i get a window saying adobe reader 8.1 has stopped working...cant open any pdf files........thanx in advance

A:adobe reader

Uninstall it and try installing it again.
By the 8.1.1 is out

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I am trying to run Adobe reader after downloading to my F: drive. I get an error dialog box saying that the "patch" can't be opened. Can you help?

A:Can't run Adobe reader

Hi Steve, welcome to TSF..

does it help if you transfer the downloaded file to your C drive? Also, where was the Adobe Reader installation file downloaded from...is it direct from Adobe?

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i cannot remove adobe reader 9 from my computer nor can i download adobe reader 8.1.2. these are the messages i get:

the feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable. click ok to try again or enter an alternate path to a folder containgin the installed package.

i am given three choices and i have tried all three and get this response:

the path: c:/program files/adobereader8.0/setup . . . . . . cannot be found. verify you have acce3ss to this location or try to dind the folder to install adobe reader 8.1.2.

i am at a loss on this because i can run all other programs but this adobe thing is a pain. thanks for your help.

A:adobe reader

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My Win7 has Adobe Reader XI which was updated to 11.0.10, .BUT I notice my Vista has Adobe Reader X (10.1.13). I tried to update Vista and it said I had the latest version (even though it is "X" while the Win 7 has "XI"
#1- Should I update my Vista to XI? If so, how is that done? Would XI overwrite X?

#2- I saw one site (http://filehippo.com/download_adobe_reader_unpublish) that had XI for download, but I think it was 75MB.
Also, http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=5866 but that says you need Adobe Reader 11 or later. Maybe I have to uninstall the one I have on Vista and then install the XI 11.0.10???

#3- Is Adobe Reader XI a FREE product? I notice some pages are saying "trial version."

A:Adobe Reader

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I have speeded up my Reader by moving some of the files to another folder but found this tweak and wonder if anybody has used it and what results you got.

A:Adobe Reader

that's a known site, seems to have good stuff
here's another way - http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1759,1659348,00.asp

and note that it seems to be a problem with reader 6, previous versions are fine

http://forums.techguy.org/t282373&highlight=adobe+reader+speed.html talked about it too (and that's where i got the pcmag link - thanks johnwill)

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Hi all,
Recently, I got a wild hair,got tire of Adobe and deleted everything I could find about Adobe. Weel, it seems that there are some PDF files other PDF programs will not open. At least that is what I am going up against. Some PDF files I am trying to open says "can not open reader" or something to that effect. When I try to download Adobe 8 it lets me download, but when I try to install, it gives me this: "Internal error 2753 Updater.api_NON_OPT". If I try to download a older version of Adobe, it tells me I alreaady have a newer version on my computer and will stop at that. I have seasrched Adobe Forums , sent Adobe Support messages, and noone seems to want to give a clear suggestion as to what is causing this problem and how I can fix it. Is it true that some PDF programs such as Cool PDF, Foxit, etc will not open some PDF files?
Anyway, I am seriously in trouble because I have completed my tax reports and some of the return documewnts are PDF that is giving me this "ca not open reader" message.

A:adobe reader

Here's another to try:
PDF Xchange Viewer

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Adobe Reader XI (11.0.08) released Aug 12, 2014

Release Notes - Windows-only. This patch fixes specific security issues.

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There was a error opening this document. There was a problem reading this document. (107)
I get that message when I try to open this file that I downloaded a few times. And I get There is a error reading this document(14) when I try to read this file online.http://www.parkscanada.gc.ca/library/DownloadDocuments/DocumentsArchive/SysPlan_e.pdf I am using v.4.0

A:Adobe Reader

Do you have Adobe installed on your computer? I assume you do and you're using that to attempt to open the file. Anyway, it may be that the file is corrupt. If its only that one file you are having a problem with, I would e-mail or otherwise contact the creator of the file regarding the problem.

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I'm not able to install a free d/l of Adobe Reader 9.0
The error code is 1402
It says I'm missing
Can I correct that?

A:Adobe Reader 9.0

Hello ,

follow this link


it will explain all to you and how to resolve this issue

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When I click on a .pdf file in my Email, it opens the file in (Excuse me) Metro!

Can't do anything in (excuse me) Metro, to small to read, can't print it!

Have to go back to the desktop, click on the .pdf file, open with Adobe Reader & then do what I want with it.

Am I missing something?


A:Adobe Reader

No, Tully, you're not missing anything unless we're doing something wrong. I found the "Metro" Adobe app to be crappy as well. There's no zoom in it and when one uses the monitor/screen zoom it's blurry. What's with that?!!

I've never liked Adobe and PDF from the get go. A resource hog of software. And now this "dirty word" PDF app really sucks!

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I bought an electronic digital voice recorder on eBay and had to download the manual into Adobe Reader. The font is so very tiny. I tried enlarging it and it was fuzzy. It appears to be many 3" x 2" pages "crammed" onto two Adobe pages. Is there a way to enlarge the font and pictures/diagrams so that they can be printed and viewed at a size that won't distort the font?

A:Adobe Reader

so you already have tried zooming in. Try this: OCR the pdf. You could also try selecting the text and copying-pasting it to wordpad/notepad.

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I recently reverted to Adobe 8.0 because after updating to 9 my audio driver started crashing, requiring repairs and re-activation . Now Adobe crashes about 20-30 minutes into what ever I am viewing. I have been experimenting with other PDF readers, but they either crash as well or are very slow. Can anyone help me solve this or recommend a better PDF viewer?

A:Adobe Reader

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System 64 bit Was reading pdf file when adobe update popped up I said install update it proceded to install then said update not installed and closed now have no adobe reader have tried to reinstall but receive error message that I do not have permission to access to C:/program files 86 /adobe to install program any help as I really need adobe reader

A:adobe reader

hi waleroo, welcome to seven forums,

do you really need adobe reader?

or do you just want to be able to read pdf files?

my suggestion is to uninstall adobe reader completely, and try the free version of foxit reader instead - it's free, works fine in x64 and opens up pdfs much faster than adobe reader - give it a go!

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I have been trying to help a friend who OS is XP. Fairly new computer -came with adobe reader 6.0 She was installing some software on it that installed adobe 3.0 and messed up the 6.0 She tired uninstalling it all (but computer won't let her (through add/remove programs). Next she went to adobe site and downloaded 7.0. When that didn't work - she did some internet searching and tried to download 6.0 That download did not work. She asked me if I could put 6.0 back on her machine. I copied it off my computer and installed the 6.0 on her computer.

What I've tried. Her computer shows adobe 3.0; 6.0 and 7.0 - none will let you uninstall. I tried detect and repair for 6.0 and 7.0. and that doesn't work. I thought maybe there was a glitch with the downloading process and tired downloading the 7.0 again. It tells me to uninstall 6.0 - but again it won't allow me. I've checked the preferences and have gone through everything the online helps say to do with those. I've gone into folder options -and into the start with "..." and linked the pdf files to start with abode 6.0 (which they do -if you are off line). I've check the "manage add-ons" and noticed that there is no add-on to for adobe at all.

Files will open (offline) automatically in 6.0 If you open the program 6.0 or 7.0 by itself it works great and you can open files directly once in either program. When you are online you must save pdf files on your hard drive and ... Read more

A:adobe reader

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When I click on a .pdf file to open my Adobe Reader 6.0I have to cancel through a series of messages about installing
Window Journal Viewer.msi. After I do this Reader starts
normaly but its a pain.
This happen to anyone else?

A:Adobe Reader

Go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...98-8b73-4e06-96d4-d1eb70eacb44&DisplayLang=en to download & install the viewer.


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Hi there,
I'm new to this kind of thing and not very techy when it comes to my computer but here goes!
Last night my computer told me there was an upgrade to Adobe Reader XI which I duly accepted and it downloaded. When I then went to open a PDF it took ages to load the user agreement and then it froze the screen, with the 'not responding' message. I closed it and re-opened it half a dozen times with the same thing so I decided to uninstall the Reader with the intention of re-installing the earlier version.... How wrong was I?!
First of all it took me through the steps to download, but then nothing happened when I hit the 'run' button. The next time I tried a different tact and saved the file on the desktop before running it which got me one step further, but once the window came up initialising it just froze again telling me it could not be completed and the 'not responding' message came up again. When I then went to close it it just kept freezing (even when I went to task manager and end task) so in the end I had to just restart. I tried this about three times, each with the same thing, I even tried to go to the control panel to see if there was any way of undoing my uninstall but alas, no such luck! After ejecting the battery and trying again In the end I shut it down and left it for the night, hoping someone could help me this morning as I really don't like using the Windows 8 pdf reader app thing.
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A:Adobe Reader XI

I don't know why you are having these issues with Adobe Reader, but why don't you try another PDF reader?  I dumped Adobe Reader for PDF-XChange Viewer a long time ago.  IMHO, it is smaller, lighter and better than Adobe's bloated reader.  You should give it a try.

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Please Help!

I am running on Vista Business and suddenly some of my Icons on the desktop have changed to pdf Adobe reader and it seems as if Adobe reader wants to be a type of default now and try to open my programs in Adobe reader. When I uninstall Adobe reader everything seems fine again but the moment I install it and I want to open something on my desktop it wants to open in pdf. I then get the message "the file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the set Associations control panel" . When I tried to open Default programs it gives me the same message.

A:Adobe Reader

right click on the file that you want to open and choose 'open with'......then find the appropriate app that needs to open that file (word for .docx, excel for .xlsx, etc) and set it to 'always open' with that app.

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yea, i'm getting this message every time i go on to the preferences


A:Adobe Reader

Nevermind, fixed it.

I just basically reinstalled it.


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When I try to open something with a picture I get the message "A drawing error occurred" How do I correct this?

A:Adobe Reader

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I downloaded Adobe Reader 8.0 sometime last week and tried it out. Besides sucking 90 MB of memory (compared to 20-30 MB with Adobe Reader 7.0), it has a totally different and impossibly difficult to learn user interface compared to previous versions. I wanted to try a newer version of Adobe Reader... not learn how to view PDF documents all over again.

Another steaming pile of crap failure... right up there with Word 2007.

A:Adobe Reader 8.0?

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Hi Guys

Using Vista as operating system.

I have just downloaded the latest version of adobe reader and now everytime i open a pdf file I get an "Invalid plug in adobe reader will close" error message.
I have uninstalled it and re-installed a few times and still no joy.
Any ideas would be most appreciated.

Many Thanks


A:adobe reader 8.12

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I advised my friend to download the Adobe Reader 9.1 from this site,
and she received mesg. that this may be unsafe for her computer.


Could you please advise me on this as I have not had this happen often enough
to recall exactly what the results of ignoring it could be.

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Recently I had windows software reloaded and am attempting to install some of my programs back on PC.
I installed adobe reader free, version ll.0 (121 mb) but I think maybe I installed the wrong one. When I click on desktop adobe icon, a box appears and there is mention of creating a PDF file which I thought the free one did not allow. Clicking on help/about Xl is all about copywright and a little box with 'credits' to click.

Isn't 121 mb an excessive size? Before the windows software re-install, the version I had on was - Apr. 12/2012.
How can I cleanly & completely uninstall it? If it is the wrong version, could you please direct me to the one I should be installing?

I am not a computer whiz and would appreciate your help. Thanks in advance.

A:adobe reader

Version 11 appears to be real.

It appears to have more features than older versions, but I haven't figured them out yet.

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when reading adobe file, my system is quitting and noted error :raise without handler

A:adobe reader x1

re install your adobe reader...

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Version 9.1.0 is out to replace version 9.0.0.

Let's give Adobe a thumb up for not including Acrobat.com and Adobe AIR as part of the install like it did with version 9.0.0 - which most users don't need and were unaware of them being installed if they didn't look in the Add Or Remove Programs/Programs And Features list.


A:Adobe Reader 9.1.0

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Can anyone tell me when I create a PDF file I receive an error:
Cannot find or create the font MSShellDlg,Bold. Some characters may not display or print correctly.

A:Adobe Reader PDF

What application is creating the file?

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