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I'm having three problems,The first one is opening pdf files that are in email attachments and the second one is opening zipfiles in email attachments and the third one is the pdf files are saying that acrobat cannot open them because file is either corrupted or the incorrect filetype,Also the pdf is saying that it either has a MME ending or a MiMe ending instead of PDF ending. Thank you in Advance, Bob REid-NJ-USA bobsinfoproducts/ez4u

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    I will check it out and get back to you,Thank you for your time and expertise...................Bobby Reid-NJ-USA bobsinfoproducts/ez4u

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First problem, Install Foxit reader to your computer. CLICK HERE

2nd problem - Zip Files - Install Winrar Archiver to open zip files and related. CLICK HERE

3rd problem should get solved by the first solution.

I can help you over remote support if you need more assistance.

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