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I am trying to open a online statement from my bank. I have Adobe, however when I double click on the statement it does not open. Nothing happens. I have been able to open other information from different sites in Adobe with no problem. Can someone please help with this? I am going crazy. :)
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do you have adobe Acrobat Reader? This is generally what they might be using.
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They give a link to download it if I do not have it and I tried to download it, but I get the following in the action bar on the bottom of the screen. java script:ribspeedbumpnonlogout("http://get.adobe.com/reader/")
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I do have Adobe Reader 7.0
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I would strongly suggest updating your reader to the newest version. Not only will this address some of the serious security issues that 7 has, but the install of the newer version should fix any possible file association issues that may be present.
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