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Adobe reader has taken my computer over

I have exployer 7, and for some reason adobe has taken over all my computer. Every time I try to open something it comes up adobe does not support it and I cannot open anything. When I unistall adobe reader my programs come back but then I cannot open the things I need adobe reader for. I am not very good with computers so could someone please help. Thanks in advance.

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If you are useing windows this will help you make any program run with your desied aplication ie.word,open office.it seems like adobe was installed to open any program it could this is normaly the defalt seting for aplications.>>rigth click on the document you want to open and select OPEN WITH> your aplication you want may be here in the list or for the first time select brows programs to find the desied one. select apply

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