Pop-up blockers. In our case, the google toolbar
with pop-up blocker enabled, then disabled. This prevented
the pdf from a web site to be opened up in a new tab or window.
We disabled the google toolbar and we were back in business.
Hope this helps.
too green wrote:
I disabled the google toolbar in managing add-ons for IE8 and now AdobeAcrobat/Reader is opening all pdf files, but I am without the tool bar.
In this case, I think you're better off without the toolbar. But you have to be the judge.
I may be better off without the tool bar, but I have found anohter solution;
. Open Adobe Reader,
go to edit menu,
go to Internet, uncheck "Display pdf in browser"
The pdf files then open, but not in the browser
You can still have Google Bar. Just click on the settings icon to the right of the toolbar and disable the popup blocker. Can't remember which section it was under, but click around and you'll find it, easy.
Hope that helps!
I tried the following and it worked for me.
1) Unistall Adobe Reader
2) Rename all Adobe folders under
C:\ program files
C:\Documents & Settings\UserID\Local Settings\Application Data
C:\Documents & Settings\UserID\Application Data
3) Re-install Reader
Please note the "Local settings" and "Application Data"are hidden.
Hope this helps:)