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Viewing Covers of PDF's in Windows Explorer


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I just got a brand new laptop with Win7 on it ... however, I can't remember how to set it so that when I browse through Windows Explorer I can't see the covers of my PDF books. Being able to see those covers makes it easier to figure out whether or not I need it. Can anyone help me figure this out please?

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My "guess" is you are using a 64-bit version of Windows 7, right? If so, then the problem is most likely Adobe's total failure to properly implement 64-bit handling. :(

See if this helps - it worked for me: http://www.edbott.co...64-bit-windows/
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well imagine that ... yes 64bit ... glad I got it now that I find out adobe doesn't do ALL that I want ... YEAH! Thanks Digerati.

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You are welcome. Glad you got it sorted out.
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I'm sorry, you must think I'm dumber than a hammer ... I didn't even see your link ... that worked ... I remember it from before when I needed to do the same for my desktop, but I couldn't remember the link ... thanks a bunch ...

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Edited by moondog830, 07 March 2012 - 07:28 PM.

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I am a little confused - I thought it was sorted out but glad it is now.
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It wasn't taken care of, but that's my own fault ... now I'm all squared away ... again ... thanks!

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I tried this same thing with my laptop that is running Win8.1 ... but it doesn't help ... any ideas what to do now?


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