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When I click on a pdf link in IE, I get a message that IE has an error and will be closed. The link won't open. I have Windows 8, IE 10, Adobe Reader XI. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Kimberley Quirk 530 days ago
Take a look at this discussion from the Microsoft site: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie10-windows_8/modern-ui-internet-explorer-10-keep-adobe-for/32b15138-ca8d-4a72-8982-f10d381c2c95 Let us know if this fixes your problem.
I have the same problem, but it doesn't help. Tried everything, but still can't open PDF files in IE10.
Maria Pimenova Commented 506 days ago | Report
Maria, please post a new question. If you post a comment in an existing question, only the people participating in this question will see your comment, whereas with a new question, it will be visible to everybody.
Karl Heinz Kremer Commented 505 days ago | Report
Thanks for the link. I don't know what settings that I changed, but suddenly pdf links started opening with a reader that doesn't look like the Adobe that I'm familiar with. I'm guessing it's a reader that came with Windows 8. So far I'm not as comfortable with it as I was with the Adobe, but I'll see.
Kimberley Quirk Commented 502 days ago | Report
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