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Old 08-27-2007, 06:24 AM   #3
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Tell us just how this works. It may depend on your computer's file setups, or it may be good for all of us.

David
I right clicked on the PDF. A menu screen appears. I scrolled to "Open with." A side menu appears, giving me the options of "AAR8, FF, MSWord." I thought FF would be in the browser, but it opened in a PDF reader. It's very nice. But it depends on how the PDF was made as far as appearance. I'm using WinXP, always updated. I had no idea FF also gave me a PDF reader.

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