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I deleted Adobe 5.0 because I had added Adobe 9.0. Now when I try

To print an attachment from my email, it takes me to a converter PDF and I cannot print it. What can I do to enable me to print attachments from my email?

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Liz Howell

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    Thank you Zulfikar Ali. I have not tried this yet, but I will and you sound confident that it will work. It is very helpful to me, I have tried lots of things. Thank you for being there.



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Liz,
go to your control panel and start printer wizard, select printer (if not available please reinstall printer), right click is and set it the default printer.

It will work
Zulfikar Ali

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    Liz,

    I would love to help you at any moment, even you can call me on weekends or after 6:30pm

    Zulfikar

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