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# 81497 13-Apr-2011 20:19
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Hi running windows 7 and ie9.


Have adobe reader 9 but can't seem to download reader X. ie9 and chrome 10 - nothing happens when i want to download from adobe site. the only direct link i can get off google is for the czech version - anyone can help me here? or is it not worth the trouble?

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(don't know if 3rd party sites are trusted - but the main one that keeps popping out was softonic.com - and it downloads an installer rather than the exe file so i didn't proceed)       




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  # 458436 13-Apr-2011 20:59
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ah thanks for the 2nd link. the 1st page is not a direct link, it takes me to another page and nothing happens from there ... but the direct link at bottom works thanks!

what keywords did you google? i did "download adobe reader 10 english" and kept getting the czech version :(




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  # 458439 13-Apr-2011 21:06
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No need. I just went to adobe.com and clicked on adobe reader under downloads, and it was all there.

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  # 458502 13-Apr-2011 23:14
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Chrome contains a built in pdf reader now (adobe no longer required). Not suitable for every use as I'm sure you are aware.

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