Adobe Acrobat Standard 6.0 facing problem while loading PDF files from website

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Hello friends,

Help me if possible. I was in need of an application for the creation PDF files and capability to modify files.
 
So, a few days ago I bought a copy of Adobe Acrobat Standard 6.0. I was able to install it perfectly as I wanted.
 
But the problem was in loading the PDF files from a website via my Internet browser.
 
When I tried I received the following error message.
 
The Adobe Acrobat/reader that is running cannot be used to view PDF files in a web browser
 
The error states: The Adobe Acrobat/reader that is running cannot be used to view PDF files in a web browser.
Please exit Adobe Reader and exit your web browser and try again.
 
The browser problem was cleared when I uninstalled my Adobe Reader 6.0. I’ve installed Acrobat Reader 9.3.1 and there are some problems in getting these programs to run properly on the same computer.
 
I really don’t know how to act. Guide me please. Don’t hesitate to post you suggestions. I’m waiting for your solutions.
 
THANKS A LOT!

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #197429

Adobe Acrobat Standard 6.0 facing problem while loading PDF files from website

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Hi

I will solve your problem on Adobe error. From the image it is clear that, the web browser is not supporting display of pdf files. You can open pdf files in Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader. Install Acrobat 6 again and download the pdf files first, then open them in Acrobat. They should open. Also you can create and modify pdf files in Acrobat.

Answered By 0 points N/A #140191

Adobe Acrobat Standard 6.0 facing problem while loading PDF files from website

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Hi Gregory Swisher,

There is a compatibility issue as far as that image and issue is concern, maybe the PDF files that you’re trying to open is written in more latest Adobe products than what you have in your PC, so you must update your reader and  your browser before you open those files.

 

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