Adobe Acrobat on desktop

  pixiedixie 14:50 06 Apr 03
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I have Adobe Acrobat reader 4.0/5.0/5.1 on my desktop. Can I get rid of earlier version i.e 4/5.0 or put them altogether by dragging on top of 5.1?

  Longnose 15:09 06 Apr 03

You can uninstall the older versions by using the uninstall option provided.

Just be carefull not to delete the shared files (you should get a prompt - select NO TO ALL).

First browse the installed files c:\Program Files\Adobe...Read the "Readme" file for further information.

  DieSse 15:15 06 Apr 03

Th safest plan is to uninstall them all, then re-install the latest.

You also don't need shortcuts to them on your desktop - this is a program that will start whenever it's required (to read a pdf file) - you will probably never need to actually start the program itself, and if you ever did, it'll be in the program lists.

  -pops- 15:22 06 Apr 03

DieSse's method is the way to go. Take the lot out and re-install the new one. I had loads of trouble in the past having two versions, taking the old one out and being left with none at all, none that worked anyway.

Brian

  Djohn 15:31 06 Apr 03

I agree with all above, and as said, no need to leave on desktop, either as shortcut, or program.

I often download PDF documents and Acrobat reader, fires up automaticly. J.

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