I cannot create PDF's from InDesign - when exporting, they all default to Photoshop. Even my previous files are defaulting to Photoshop. Why? (I never had this problem until I downloaded updates yesterday)
Thanks for getting back with me. The files are defaulting there - and I have figured out that I just need to go in and manually check that I want to save files as PDF each time before I export (never had to do that before).
My problem now is that I lost my ability to export PDF's with pages flow nicely, one from another. I have to go back in to Adobe Reader to View>Display>and then adjust from there, and it still doesn't look nice.
I'd like to be able to send samples (often booklets) to customer with it all packed, looking nice and easy to follow. Not send out a bunch of tedious instructions - and then the samples still not that great.
I tend to think that your problem, as I understand it, is not related to Adobe Reader, but to InDesign. I therefore suggest that you repost your question in the InDesign forum:
Do you mean all of your PDF files open in Photoshop? It's a pretty simple thing to change the file associations and go into File Types on windows and change that by simply browsing to the applicaiton you want to open PDF files with by default. On Mac OS X you can go into the properties of one file and change it for the system too.