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  1. KA7RRA

    KA7RRA Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    I have a IMAC and I'm having a problem with it I can not read any PDF files it just gives me a blank screen dose anybody have any Ideas?.
     
  2. WB2WIK

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    Is this a new problem? That is, could it open .pdfs before, and now it can't?

    Have you checked to see you have Adobe Acrobat installed and it somehow didn't get uninstalled?
     
  3. KA7RRA

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    Its a new problem I was able to look at PDF files before and they Adobe updated the program then I think after that IWas not able to look at PDF files I down loaded Adobe to se if that would work but its doing the same thing
     
  4. WF7A

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    What are the specs for your Mac, including its OS?
     
  5. WB2WIK

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    Current iMAC OS is OS X Lion, do you have that?

    Current Acrobat reader for that OS is Reader 10.1.3 "full installer." It's a fairly big download (69MB). Did you do that?
     
  6. WF7A

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    I have OS 10.7.3 with the Acrobat app (included with the Creative Suite on my machine), so I don't have Reader.

    However...

    If you still have problems reinstalling Reader not only drag its icon out of the Application folder to the Trash but also go to the Library to delete its folder there, too: While in the Finder, go to the GO menu and hold down the Option key--the Library choice will appear; select that; open the Application Support folder and you should see the Adobe folder...and within that should be the Acrobat folder. Open that, then tell me what you see.

    Here's a vid to uninstall Reader: http://www.karthikk.net/2012/04/how-to-disable-or-remove-adobe-acrobat-reader-on-mac-os-x/
     
  7. M0SVB

    M0SVB Ham Member QRZ Page

    It's most important to know the spec or your iMac and what OS you are using.

    Apple's Preview should also open pdf's. This resides in your Application folder. If Acrobat is set as the default reader, try dragging an Acrobat pdf onto Preview to launch it. I prefer Preview, it's fast, Adobe's reader is too fat and bloated.
     
  8. N4CYA

    N4CYA MODERATOR / DX HELPER MANAGER QRZ Page

    To find your version on your iMac's OS X version go to the Apple logo above left corner click on about this mac. I use Adobe Acrobat X Pro it came Adobe Photoshop.
     
  9. K4KYV

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    I don't use a Mac (used to at work, but not at home), but I downloaded a free program called "Foxit Reader". It is faster, less erratic than Adobe Reader, and never crashes my browser. Now, I rarely ever use Adobe for anything. I'd at least give it a try.
     
  10. AC0FP

    AC0FP Ham Member QRZ Page

    You might try QRZ's forum.
    Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems
     
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