• Apologies for maybe stating the obvious, but do you have Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Acrobat Reader installed? If not, it's free from If you do have either or both of these programs installed, then you need to check to make sure that a file extension of .pdf is associated with one of these programs.
  • You most likely need Adobe Acrobat, or just the Reader installed on your computer. Call IT and see if they have a company registered copy for you, or you can go to and see if they have a free download of the Reader.
  • Because, you've pissed it off and called it stupid. =P Seriously though, sounds like you need Adobe Acrobat. You can get it for free online. I would recommend unchecking the free google toolbar thingy too. I hate that thing, it sucks.
  • What operating system are you using? If you are on windows, you can try this: Start All Programs Accessories System Tools System Restore Restore my computer to an earlier time Then select a date on the calendar that you remember PDF working. If it still doesn't work, you can go through the same process and "undo my last restoration." Otherwise, I would say to uninstall and reinstall Adobe, which is free at Good Luck.

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