Environment: XP Pro sp3, Acrobat 6.0, Acrobat Reader 9.1, Internet Explorer 7.0
Eventhough I have my Reader v.9.1 set up as default application for PDF files in the file association setup, if I click on a PDF link in Internet Explorer, it wants to open it with the full version of Acrobat v6.0 and I get this popup message:
It may not open or display correctly. Adobe recommends that you upgrade to the latest version of our Acrobat products…."
I am puzzled why Internet Explorer ignores the file association setup in Windows Explorer.
Can someone assist me to figure this out? if the solution involves messing with the registry, or registering/deregistering dll files, that's fine with me.
The problem is that those applications share resources and will fight over them.
It is not recommended or supported to have both on a Windows machine.