Does anyone who has IT ability have any idea what could be casusing this issue? The only documents that are effected are .pdf. Right now it does not matter if you try and download off the internet, open off the internet, or open or save an emailed .pdf. Why would this suddenly occur in the past 6 weeks. Can having multiple monitors effect this? It is the only thing new that I can think of that is different. It is almost like there is a graphics problem but it only does this in .pdf. I am not a computer person so any help would be much appreciate.
sorry, posted against wrong thread
We are running Windows Xp but I will get that a try.
From: A5pa5ia <email@example.com>
To: Kelly Amerson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 10:14 AM
I am having the same issue on Windows 7 PCs after upgrading from Adobe Reader 9 to Adobe Reader X.
When opening pdf files in the browser, I have to hit refresh to get them to display.
This is fine for me as I know what to do, but we have hundreds of PDF files available online through our software.
We can't put a disclaimer on each link to say
"If you are using Adobe Reader X and Windows 7, you will need to hit refresh after the file has downloaded or you won't be able to view the file."