I have downloaded Reader to my new netbook successfully but the license agreement does not have the Agree/Disagree buttons. Scrolling down does not help. I had no problem with the license agreement on my desktop, since it appears at the bottom of the license agreement panel even without scrolling down. I don't think it has anything to do with screen size since I have seen several similar problems listed here for larger computers, but can't find that any solutions have posted. Help, please, if you can.
You can use the
A (Agree) or
D (Disagree) keys on the keyboard to proceed.
Thanks for your suggestion about hitting the 'A' key. I had already thought
of that and it doesn't have any effect. Being a geezer I also remember when
many of these buttons had one letter underlined as a clue for doing it by
keyboard instead of by mouse, but I hardly ever see that any more.
In this case the Accept & Decline buttons don't seem to exist. I guess I
will try calling Adobe on the slim chance that they can help. Thanks again.
I solved this problem myself by changing the screen text size to the smallest font. Suddenly the Accept button appeared when I went back to Adobe Reader. My own ignorance. Anyone who has a similar problem might try this by changing the setting in Control Panel.