Why Won't PDF Open?

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Adobe reader or Acrobat cannot display a pdf file inside a compatible web browser.? This can happen for the following reasons: If Acrobat or reader can't read the pdf file, the web browser isn't configured correctly with the Adobe pdf browser plug-in or the web server on which the pdf file is stored can't serve the pdf file, using a 64-bit version of the IE browser.
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In order to open pdf files, you need to have the Adobe Reader installed on your system. If you don't already have it, the Reader is available as a free download from the Adobe web
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Acrobat Reader, which is the free version of the Adobe software that comes installed on Windows computers, serves only one purpose. Namely, it allows you to view PDF files that others
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One important point to watch out is the transport of the PDF from the Mac to the Windows machine. There are still many devices around which treat PDF documents as "text"
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The cause of non-opening might be file corruption. If it's right you would advise application below. It can help you to open .pdf documents of any version Adobe Acrobat.
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