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Topic: need a pdf opener! (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 76126
From: Deleted User
Date: 11/11/2002 10:56 AM

Hi I have a question, but please excuse me if I don't express myself all
that well as I have just bought an imac and have just began to get to know
about pdfs and computers for that matter.
Basically as far as I know every computer comes with a pdf opener, so that
you can download the latest pdf reader plug-in.
However somebody played around in my computer and accidentally trashed all
of the component folders that make up the pdf opener.
I wanted to know if somebody could advice me as to where I could get this
pdf opener, so that I am able to download a plug-in and be able to view all
pdf files, as they seem to be getting very popular in government sites.
Please help!

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