Answers / Adobe Reader
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 567 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 543 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 543 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 539 days ago | Report
Acrobat XI trial
Get the trial now
How to convert two page column view into one column view
Asked by Kiran Borse · 1 answer
Find max and min values in range and subtract them
Asked by William Ryan · 1 answer
enabling "print from scanner"
Asked by Ricardo Nero · no replies
printing dialog shows as large pixelated
Asked by Brian Engelbrecht · no replies
Hello. I was wondering how I could get the Acrobat PPD and how to install it for use with ...
Asked by Michael Henson · no replies
Getting error execMenuItem("FullScreen")
Asked by Jack Smith · 1 answer
Last 30 Days
The Acrobat User Community is where you can connect with Acrobat and Adobe Document Services peers and experts. If you use Acrobat, Reader, FormsCentral or EchoSign, you'll want to take advantage of the many free community resources like tutorials, tips, and Q&A to learn more about Acrobat and document services.