Can you add a program that opens pdf files?

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cloudyb53
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Can you add a program that opens pdf files?

Post by cloudyb53 » Wed Jun 06, 2012 1:30 pm

I checked my website through your browser, but it does not open the pdf files that are linked on the pages. I cannot find where to get add-ins for your browser.

EssBeeman
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Re: Can you add a program that opens pdf files?

Post by EssBeeman » Wed Jun 06, 2012 2:43 pm

Works for me using ver. 6.01 Build 041 without any add-ins.
What do you get when you try it?

Raa'Kaan
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Re: Can you add a program that opens pdf files?

Post by Raa'Kaan » Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:53 pm

I doubt flashpeak could get licensed to distribute an adobe product...

You will have to download it yourself from:
Adobe Reader Download Link

add-ins are for firefox, just install it the normal way.

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Re: Can you add a program that opens pdf files?

Post by oftentired » Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:48 pm

like he said and there are a zillion choices just google PDF Reader
here are a few

Sumatra PDF (Windows, Free)
Foxit (Windows/Linux, Basic: Free/Pro Pack: $39.99)
Adobe Acrobat (Windows/Mac/Linux, Basic: Free/Pro: $299)
PDF-XChange (Windows, Basic: Free/Pro: $34)
Cool PDF reader (Windows, Ad-supported)
Perfect PDF Reader (Windows, Free)
Nitro PDF Reader (Windows, Free) - I like this one best
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Re: Can you add a program that opens pdf files?

Post by Raa'Kaan » Thu Jun 07, 2012 9:38 am

I'm gonna try out nitro reader that looks pretty comprehensive with a familliar M$ Office look to it.

Thanks for the tip oftentired.

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