You can download Adobe Reader X from the following link:
I hadAdobe Reader V9, it worked, now whenl I click on any .pdf file I get a warning that I need V10.
Although the above line, is kind of confusing me. Can you please let me know what exact message is being displayed in this case. Cause as far as I know, there is no message that should pop up asking you to upgrade to Reader X. It would be great if you could post a screenshot of the warning message displayed.
Thanks for your response, will try that link when I get back to that machine. Meanwhile if you are interested in the messages, here is the sequence of non-events:
Went to adobe.com
Clicked on Adobe Reader
Clicked on the Download link (yellow button)
A small window popup window appears, title "Adobe Download Manager," text "Installing Adobe Download Manager" with green progress bar. While the green dots chase each other at the bottom left of the Firefox screen there is a message, "Waiting for get,adobe.com"
After a while the popup disappears and I'm left looking at what I suppose is a trouble shooting window which details problems that may occurr "Depending on your security settings, you may encounter these steps:"
Looking at the add-ons in Firefox Adobe Download Manager is already installed. However, there is no link to downloading Reader X
That's the problem.
Many thanks, the link you gave me worked!