Thanks for the info. I just found it myself, about 1 minute before I
you email. Hopefully things are looking better!
Mount Vernon WA USA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bob Kegel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2008 7:56 PM
Subject: Re:PDF Files
| On 1/3/2008 19:30:09, Steve Hammatt, Mount Vernon WA USA
| (email@example.com) wrote:
| > Lots of great information.
| > I'm sure that I can handle this
| > on the weekend. It's a bit dark and wet
| > out tonight! However,
| > in trying to download the pdf file
| > I've just run into another situation.
| > My computer says that the program cannot be read because there's no
| > program associated with that type (pdf) to read it. I'm supposed
| > to create an association by going to the Folder Options Control
| > Panel and create an association. Anybody know where this Folder
| > Control Panel is located? Running Windows XP Pro.
| > Steve Hammatt
| > Mount Vernon WA USA
| Click on "Tools" in a document folder. "Folder Options" is at the
| the pull-down list. Click on it and select the "File Types" tab. Check
| PDF and that it is identified with "Adobe Acrobat Document" and is
| with Adobe Reader. Change or add as needed.
| Alternately, you may right click on the PDF file name, select "Open
| from the menu and specify Adobe Reader.
| Bob Kegel
| Aberdeen, WA
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