Adobe Reader can display and print Portable Document Format files and also has tools for searching and commenting on the files. If you experience problems when you try to open a PDF file, the program might have corrupted files or lack a file needed for the program to run. If your computer freezes, crashes or displays error messages when you use Adobe Reader, you can use the program's repair option to repair or replace any damaged program files.
Click "Start," followed by "Control Panel." Select "Programs." Click "Programs and Features." Click "Adobe Reader" in the Programs list and click "Change."
Click the option for "Repair Installation Errors in the Program. This Options Fixes Missing or Corrupt Files, Shortcuts, and Registry Entries." Click "Next" to repair Adobe Reader and its associated files.
Click "Finish" when the "Setup Completed" screen appears.
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