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I have 2 .pdf files. One named test.pdf the other test(2).pdf. When I open test(2).pdf it actually opens the test.pdf file not the (2). Why would that be. I am using adobe 7 professional. When i try this in adobe 8 it opens fine. Please help

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1. try renaming the files with 2 complete different names - hightlight the icon, press f2 and change the name. (if you the extension pdf in the name, make sure you only change the part of the name that is to the left of the ".pdf" and leave the ".pdf" part unchanged otherwise you maybe damaging the file for good. then try again.

2. reinstall adobe.

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