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[*] Post 504301 posted on 19-8-2016 at 21:43 Reply With Quote
Adobe Acrobat

Hello again.
Does anyone know where may I go to download Adobe acrobat just to simply open PDF docs??..The official site only offers their most developed version which I do not need.
Thank you for your kind assistance
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[*] Post 504302 posted on 19-8-2016 at 22:18 Reply With Quote

It depends on what system you are using. Windows 10 has it already installed for example.

Try here: http://download.cnet.com/s/pdf-reader-windows-7/windows/
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[*] Post 504303 posted on 19-8-2016 at 22:51 Reply With Quote

Originally posted by frojas
...simply open PDF docs??..Federico

While the PDF native file format may be a fairly universal file format, the individual files that you download come in a rather large number of "features" that, at least on occasion, come in real handy to be able to utilize.

I have about 175 PDF files most of which are the owner's manuals for all my household appliances, digital devices, etc., (all public domain files downloaded from the manufacturer's website). They are by no means identical re features that you can use. A common example is whether you can copy & paste sections of the pdf document as well as make annotations re clarifying portions of the instructions; some pdf's digital security won't let you do that, but you still can attempt a workaround if you have a PDF program that will let you "play" with the settings. I've use the Foxit Reader for decades which for home users the free version is more than adequate.
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