Reading PDF file without Adobe Reader

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How can I read a PDF file if I don’t have Adobe Reader installed in my system?

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Reading PDF file without Adobe Reader



This is normal. You need not to install the Adobe Reader for reading PDF files. There are some free web services that convert your PDF files to Text, Images or HTML and you can view PDF inside the web browser. These are as follows:

1. Send the PDF file(s) to your own Gmail number as an attachment and open the email and click View as HTML.

2. There is also a web version of FoxIt PDF or Adobe reader. They can help you to read a PDF file and also to format a PDF file.

3. You can do the same thing in SlideShare Player.

4. You can also use Zoho Viewer.

5. You can also go through Samurajdat.

I hope you understand it.


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Reading PDF file without Adobe Reader


If you don’t have Adobe Reader on your computer but you need to open a PDF file, the solution is to download Adobe Reader from Adobe | Adobe Reader. But, if on the other hand, you don’t want to install Adobe Reader on your computer maybe for some reason, there is still a way to open the PDF file even without installing Adobe Reader. Below are the different ways of opening a PDF file without having to install Adobe Reader:

  • PDFescape – visit this site then create an account if you don’t have an account there yet. Login to your account afterwards then upload the PDF file there. You can use this site for so many different things like annotate a PDF document, edit an existing PDF file, create new PDF forms, view PDF files online, save and print PDF files, and more.
  • Google Mail – if you have a Google Mail account you can use it to open the PDF file. Open your Gmail account then compose a message. Attach the PDF file in the email and then send it to your own Gmail account. Open the email after receiving it then click on the View as HTML link beside the PDF attachment.

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