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Software..... while installin adobe reader how to use the keygen...its a bit confusing...can anyone help

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When You install adobe reader professional you will be asked for the key, run the keygen, click generate serial key, copy the key paste it into the adobe reader window. continue to install. after installation, the activation window will come up, at the left hand bottom corner you will have options button, click it select the activate by telephone option. Now on the activation window you get a set of activation numbers copy this into the keygen , click the generate the authorisation code button, type the code into the adobe screen, continue you are done.

if you are install only adobe reader, this is a freeware you need no key for this just run the setup.

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Re: software.....

You will find an .exe file provided along with the file you downloaded it..
just paste the avitation code in it and click on generate. it will generate a new key.
use that and enjoy installation

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