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Goto this key in the registry and point it to the exe of the version you want to open in IE:
Thank you for your answer.
Unfortunately, it doesn't work and Acrobat Reader 8 (and not 7 as I said before) is still opening PDF files in Internet Explorer 6.
Any other idea?
Sorry but, basically, it works! The process "acrobat.exe" is running instead of "acrord32.exe" ;o)
But... I can't modify or add notes directly on the files opened in IE.
Is it normal?
But of course you can't modify or comment with Reader. It's function is to READ, not write!
Sure, I know that :o)
What I want to do is with Acrobat, not Reader.
In fact, I want to open PDF files with Acrobat in Internet Explorer 6 (now, I can do it) then modify directly any (unprotected) PDF files within IE.
The problem with modifying in IE is that you are only working on a
temporary copy, not the real thing. If you want to modify a pdf, then
you should open it in Acrobat, not Reader nor MSIE.