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I went to my school's website, and downloaded a past year paper, however, this is what i gotten.

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Its downloaded as a PDF version, which is opened in Imageready. Then i get this error :

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I tried downloading other stuffs outside my school's website, and the result it the same. It seems like imageready is my default program for anything i download. How can i change it to open up programs appropriately?
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anyone?
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Right click any PDF file already on your PC, click properties, then click change for open with, even if it says Adobe Reader, click Adobe reader from the list, click OK then click apply

Download those files again
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ok thx, but my adobe seems to expire? Or is there somewhere i can download it.
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Adobe Reader will not expire, it is updated and you should have 7.03 for XP

http://www.adobe.com.../readstep2.html

Remove the ticks from Yahoo Toolbar and Photoshop Album 2.0 starter edition as 3.0 is available now

http://www.adobe.com....jsp?ftpID=2977
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very sweet bro. Downloading from the first link now.

http://www.adobe.com....jsp?ftpID=2977 <-- is it needed to download that? I see that as a digital pic viewer. Just need the adobe reader, unless theres an updated version in the photoshop album too, let me know =)
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Photoshop Album 3 isn't essential

It has an easy cropping tool and you can e-mail images from it, also to a mobile or to the web
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ah ic ok, ty =)

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