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I am in the military and am using adobe 6.0 professional and one of my computers. But I am haveing problems opening up pdf's from emilpo, a .mil site in which the files open up in PDF format. Thanks in advance.

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The military recently upgraded their versions of Office and Adobe. Try downloading and installing Adobe Reader 9.0. You can get it free from www.adobe.com.

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