when I try to open a PDF file on Internet explorer (IE6), the PDF file is opened successfully, but Acrxxxx.tmp file is generated in C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Local Settings\temp folder, and in temparary Internet files folder only a few KB of that PDF file is generated. why it is happening?
I want the PDF file whioch is opened in browser as to be fully obtained in temporary internet files folder? What are the adobe reader settings I have to do for achieving this?
I was using windows Xp professional version 2002 sp2. the adobe reader that is installed in my PC is adobe reader 8.0.
How can I solve this such that I have to obtain total PDF file in Temporary Internet Files folder...
This is not how things with Acrobat and/or Reader works. Pages are optimized so that only that amount that you need to read is downloaded at first. This means that you can read larger files without waiting for the entire file to download. If you want to download the entire file, right click on the file and then save the file to disk.
I want the file should be fully obtained in temporary internet files folder, How can I get it?
I don't want this Acrxxxx.tmp file should not be created when opening a PDF on browser.
Suggest something to solve this...