Problem updating adobe reader 8 1 5

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OS X 10.4 or later Versions: Macintosh OS X Acrobat instructions: To make Acrobat Reader the default PDF viewing tool on OS X, follow these instructions: 1) Hold down the Control key and click on any PDF file (or select a PDF file and choose "Get info..." from the file menu).2) Then choose "Get Info..." 3) A dialogue box will come up that allows you to find an Application under the "Open with:" section. 4) Choose "Acrobat Reader 8.0"* or later version and... * Technically, the version of Adobe Acrobat that supports forms is 5.05 or later. If there are newer version then you always need to run the updating in the Reader until you no longer get an update offered. Adobe only offers some basic versions as a complete download.

The only way we have managed to go around the problem is to uninstall version 8 and install version 7 instead.When the problem appears you get an error message on the screen, (can't remember it though) then nothing happens, the document is in line to be printed but with an error message... The computers are Dell (different models) using win 2000 OS, latest patches and drivers. product=10&platform=Windows Thank you for commenting. I am not sure if that means I am 'vulnerable' which is what Firefox shows for Adobe Reader. BUT, if the support site of a program says you are okay, you are fine. I also did a refresh of Firefox and I still have the same problem. product=10&platform=Windows 11.0.8 is a couple updates behind as Adobe Reader 11.0.10 is the latest one (as of Dec 9, 2014) as you can see on and I think it is to do with my having a Windows XP computer and because of that I am not able to get the most current version that Adobe has (and there is something new with Adobe called CD), but I guess I have the most current version that Adobe put out for Windows XP. I don't know what any vulnerabilities would be. Messages from the plug-in test page should be checked out.

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