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Windows 7: How do I display the web address with Adobe PDF Reader 10 & IE 9 x64?

16 Oct 2011   #1

Win 7 Ultimate
How do I display the web address with Adobe PDF Reader 10 & IE 9 x64?

Until a week ago, I was using IE 9 32-bit version together with Adobe PDF Reader 10. When I would try to open a PDF file from within the browser, it would and the Web Address would continue to display at the top of the window while browing the PDF document. I could then continue using IE 9 and move on to other pages and etc...

Now, I have swtiched to using the IE 9 64-bit version. What happens now is that when I enter an address in the web browser and it's a direct link to a PDF file example: ),

it opens up with no problems, but I no longer see the IE 9 Web Address shown anywhere. So in essence, that page becomes a Adobe PDF program window and I loose my IE 9 access. I guess the PDF files are no longer displayed within the browser (althought I have it check ON).

Am I missing something?

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17 Oct 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit

There is no plugin for IE 64 yet so it cannot display the PDF in the browser.
So nothing wrong your end
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 How do I display the web address with Adobe PDF Reader 10 & IE 9 x64?

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