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Topic: How to change setting to launch PDF in Reader rather than Browser
Conf: (P-PDF) What's Wrong with my PDF?, Msg: 164975
From: mzwack
Date: 3/12/2008 05:18 AM

Hi, I posted before, and got great responses. Thanks!

One piece of advice was to do the following:
*Effect of turning on or off the "Display PDF in browser" option in Adobe Reader (be sure to return it to its original setting, or to one agreed with the end-user).

I recall what you are talking about, when the PDF launches and opens reader rather than the PDF opening within the browser. I tried the steps below to do this, however my PDFs are still opening in the browser. Do you know why?

*SELECT from the main TOOLBAR
*From within , SELECT the INTERNET option

Thank you!

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