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About Adobe Reader distribution read this:
When you get a distribution license for Adobe Reader, it will only
allow you to distribute the most recent version. For Windows systems,
this is Reader 8.1.2, and this runs in most recent systems. If someone
has too old a system, they will not be able to get the software from
you, but must be directed to Adobe.
Here are the system requirements for current versions of Adobe Reader
(and some older ones):
Thanks for the answers, but they are not answers to the question I asked. After signing up for my agreement, Adobe takes me to a page where I select a language from a drop-down (English) then I select a platform before downloading. There is one for (as an example) Windows XP and another one for Windows Vista. When I download the one for XP then download the one for Vista the two files appear to be identical. My question was and still is <b>ARE THEY</b>?
Yes, they are. I thought I was answering this when I wrote " For
Windows systems, this is Reader 8.1.2, and this runs in most recent
systems." Sorry if this wasn't clear.
There exists only one version of Adobe Reader 8.1.2 for Windows.
Thanks folks. What was confusing for me was the fact that on the download page they offer a download for all the various OS's instead of labeling the one download with the various systems it covers. Thanks for being patient with me 'till I got it.