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I can't open and read pdf version 8 attachments to e-mails.

I currently have Microsoft Office 2003 but I want to open and read these attachments without buying the latest microsoft programme. Can you help me with a fix - I only want to be able to read & print them, not change or alter them in any way?

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    My Adobe 9 download workrd a treat - Many thanks for your assistance

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If you're trying to read files with the .pdf filename extension, then you don't need any Microsoft software to do it. You need the Adobe Reader (formerly called Acrobat), which is available as a free download from www.adobe.com.

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