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30 Sep 2012  

Win 7 64
For Win7 Acrobat Pro x

et al:

For Win7 Acrobat Pro x

Was not sure which on of these actually fixed the problem, but one of them did. Since I did all these without rechecking to see if the problem still existed afterwards, I am not sure which one actually fixed the problem But after I did the #3 and reboot. Worked perfectly.

FYI: Below is the order in which I stepped through the repair.

1. Go to Control Panel > folders options under each of the General, View and Search Tabs
click the Restore Defaults button and the Reset Folders button

2. Go to Internet Explorer
Tools > Options > Advanced > Reset ( I did not need to delete personal settings)

3. Open Acrobat Pro X
under Edit > Preferences > General
At the bottom of page Select Default PDF Handler. I chose Adobe Pro X and click apply. May ask you to reboot. (I did).

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