|17 Jul 2012||#1|
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Adobe Reader X does not show url when pdf is opened from internet.
Running Windows 7 64 bit Professional with IE 9 and Adobe reader 10.1.3 (the latest, I think).
When I find a pdf as the result of an internet search I click on it and the pdf opens outside the browser.
There is no url at the top of the document so I have to go back to the search results and find the item and copy the url if I want to refer somebody to it.
It's a pain to have to do that because I do it often.
This didn't work that way in Adobe Reader 9 versions on my Vista computer. The document would open with the url on top.
I've already found out that a pdf won't open in the 64 bit IE browser even though the Adobe Reader preference is set that way. Nothing I can do about that. I suppose someday Adobe will fix that.
Does anybody have any solutions for getting the url back in the document?
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