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You can. On occassion, I have had to reinstall the new version if I deleted
"shared" files. From time to time, if you install or use older software it
might look for an older version of Acrobat but the newer version will still
open older pdf files...
i appreciate the direct answer to my question.
my adobe reader update came directly from the older version of the adobe
in other words, i opened adobe 6.0 one day, and it either told me
automatically or i checked for a newer update, and it updated to 7.0.
but, when this update occured, it removed, or automtically uninstalled the
6.0 version from my add remove files.
and yet, the 5.0 and the 4.0 version are still in there.
so lets say i go ahead and uninstall both of those two older versions from
my add remove programs and leave the 7.0 version in there. and then i
have trouble with the newest version.
where would i go to re-download the 7.0 adobe reader? adobe.com i assume?
i appreciate your help my freind.
To redownload 7.0 just go to the www.adobe.com. I'm pretty sure that there
is a link that takes you to the latest reader download from there. If that
doesn't do it, let me know and I'll get it for you.
thank you jim. i will go to add/remove, take out the older versions of adobe reader, and if i have a problem with the remaining version, the 7.0 version, i will get back with you and you can help me if your able. your the best, buddy. thanks... russell
No problem... there are lots of folks here that are ready, willing and able