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Topic: win98/winme ie60 and unable to view pdfs
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 111163
From: flixx
Date: 5/8/2004 12:03 PM

Anyone got any ideas for this situation, unavle to view pdf thru ie60 under win98/winme both units have 90% resources free and both have adobe reader 61, whats intersting if i go to the win2k unit or winnt unit both work just perfectly, since i last upgraded ie61 sp1 have had this situation, even tried redownloading at no go. I was just wondering if there was a check box i missed in either ie61 or adobe during install. Thanks flixx.


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