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Adobe reader opens PDF files at 133 percent. Is this a default setting, and can it be changed?

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Hello and thank you for using Fixya's services.

I have linked you to a really good article on how to customize your Adobe reader preferences. I would have copied here for you but wan't to give credit where due.

http://www.adobepress.com/articles/article.asp?p=412914&rll=1

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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HOW DO I MAKE READER MY DEFAULT ON ANDROID ADOPE IS IN STALLED JUST NOT MY DEFAULT


please do the same as shown in images.
open any .pdf file with your default reader like fig 1.
Goto application settings which is reside in android settings and locate your default reader as shown in fig 2. i choose kingsoft as my default reader so this is your current situation so as to make adobe as a default reader you have to made the change which shown in fig 3 click on clear defaults which make the previous reader as a default one.

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I received a PDF attachment but can't open it because this is what comes up : This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Set Association...


It simply means there's no PDF reader installed on your computer. Or if it's already installed, then there must be some default pdf reader recently set incorrectly to another application/program. If you are sure that there's a pdf reader, like adobe reader, foxit reader, etc..etc.. installed on your computer, follow the steps below:
Right click the pdf file (i guess you've downloaded the pdf file), click "properties", there you'll see a "change" or "Browse" button on the general tab, click change or browse and locate the program to open the pdf file, select it and click "Ok" then "Apply", close the dialog box and double-click the pdf file, it'll open without any problem. You can also directly open the file on your internet browser like Internet Explorer, Google chrome or Firefox etc..etc.. Simply right-click the pdf file and select "Open with" and browse the internet browser and click it.


If in case you need a pdf reader to open the file, click here to download adobe reader. Open the link, click "Download" proceed with the onscreen instructions and install the program, if you are asked to confirm whether this problem to be made the default pdf reader, confirm it and and finish the installation by clicking finish. Now open the pdf file, there'll be no more issues.

If you need further help, let me know, it would be much appreciated if you can let me know how you open the file.

Good luck.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Sep 02, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium...

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I have problem opening adobe pdf files. I have adobe 9 and 9.3 but does not open adobe files. It asks for adobe 4 and 7 or 8. I tried to download adobe 4,7 or 8. It says I have that version on my computer....


try the steps below:
1. Right-Click on the PDF file.
2. Select Properties
3. On the General tab,
3.1. Check the Opens with: if its set to Adobe Reader
If not, click the Change button and select Adobe Reader

If the same thing happens, Uninstall all Adobe Reader installed on your computer. It is an indication that the installation is corrupted that's why it is not being detected.

I suggest that you can try to use Foxit PDF Reader instead which for me I find very convenient in opening PDF files.

Please let me know if the following has been helpful.

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I don't want photoshop to launch when I open a pdf or a jpg


Well, here's the simple steps, Right-click on any jpg/jpeg file, select "properties" click "change" and select "Windows Picture and Fax Viewer" "Ok" "Apply" "Ok". Sometimes you'll need to browse the application, but in your case, i hope "windows picture and fax viewer" is right there. Same thing with the pdf, but you'll only need to open a pdf reader like "Adobe Reader" or "Fixit Reader". Good luck. Thank you for using FixYa.

Jun 08, 2010 | Adobe Photoshop CS2 for PC

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When I open an attachment-pdf for instance. or any attachment for that matter. The windows media player opens, with an error message saying it cannot open this type file. is this an adobe reader problem


Sounds like your files are not assigned to the correct program.

Open Windows Explorer and find a pdf file.

Right click on it and choose Open With...

Select Adobe Reader and check the box at the bottom that says:

Always use the selected program to open this kind of file.

Click OK.

All pdf files should then open in Adobe.

You can do the same with any other type of file by choosing the program you want to open it with.

Thanks for using Fixya.

Mar 31, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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There was error in opening the document, the file has damaged and could not be repaired... This error i got while opening my pdf document, can you please help me in resolving it as that document is very...


uninstall Adobe Reader and reinstall it or download it from www.filehippo.com
also checked for the default file extension ...
change .PDF to open with ADOBE reader always ..
after u install the adobe reader and complete teh setup
rt click on the file that you want to open click on open with
select ADOBE reader as default format ..apply.... ok...this will work

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Can't print multiple PDF files in 11x17 format. I open windows explorer and select the specific PDF files. Click on File, Print. They all print out, but they all are 8 1/2 x 11 on a 11x17 paper, instead of...


Adobe Reader can be real pain it the... neck sometimes.
But first I would inspect not only the printer setup, but also printer's default print settings. Windows XP has 3 places, where you can see the printer options:
1. Printer properties
2. Print preferences
3. Default print setup.
The third one is the one you have to set. When you double click on your printer icon, a print queue window opens. Choose Printer->Properties, go to Advanced tab, and on the bottom there's a button "Default print setup" (I don't have English XP handy, so I'm translating back to English from my version - excuse me if they might appear a little different).
It's there you need to set up the default page size and so on.

If this still doesn't help, try opening Acrobat Reader, setting the Page Size Scaling to None, printing something and closing Acrobat Reader. From what I've seen, it tends to remember this setting from previous sessions.

You may also try alternative PDF readers, like Foxit Reader or PDF Xchange Reader.

Good luck :)

Oct 28, 2009 | Adobe Acrobat Reader 3.0 for PC/Unix/Mac

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My PDF files opens with: File conversion with


You cannot open a PDF file directly in MS Word. You must first convert the PDF file into a Word file.
Of course, you can also open the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat or Acrobat Reader and then copy and paste text from it into Word.
If you have Adobe Acrobat, though (not just the free Acrobat Reader), you can open the PDF file with that program and then save that same file as a text, rtf or a Word document file (go to File, Save as, and then choose the type of file to save as), you can then open and edit in MS Word.

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