Blocking blank PDF pages from online viewing

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Blocking blank PDF pages from online viewing. Thanks a lot in advance.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #161149

Blocking blank PDF pages from online viewing


First Soln –

You can deactivate View in Browser or Web Browser Integration aspect in your Adobe Acrobat Viewer. This will prompt the viewer to display the PDF documents in another window(not in browser). This might fix your problem as it does in majority of the cases.

  1. To do this Click open the Adobe reader you are using .

  2. Go to Preferences in File/ View menu and Click on General.

  3. Uncheck Web Browser Integration. Click on Ok. (In Adobe reader ver. 10 click on internet option on the left side in the Preferences page).

  4. Go to your browser and try to view the PDF files online, it will open in a new adobe window.


You may follow the steps below and correct it.

  1. If the browser you are using is not the latest version.

  2. Acrobat reader Plug-in is not up to date or if it is disabled.

  3. If you have slow connection or if the server is engaged or occupied by some other task.

  4. When downloading a large file.

Keep your browser updated. When downloading large file wait until the download is complete before viewing or scrolling the page. Check if the plug-in is disabled and if disabled enable it.

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Answered By 574060 points N/A #161150

Blocking blank PDF pages from online viewing


If you previously experienced a slight problem when viewing an online PDF file with your web browser where it displayed a blank page instead of the usual PDF file, then maybe there is a problem with your Adobe Acrobat Reader plug-in. Normally, when you install Adobe Reader on your computer, it automatically integrates with whatever web browser or web browsers you have. So that when you access an online PDF file the web browser automatically displays the actual PDF file.

If it displays differently on your web browser, try reinstalling Adobe Reader. Uninstall first your present version of the application then restart your computer when asked. After booting, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostics test on your computer, use a disk utility application like PC Tools Performance Toolkit. Install the latest version of Adobe Reader by visiting Adobe | Adobe Reader.

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