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Mulitple version of adobe in Internet Explorer

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I need to figure a way to half two version of adobe on the same computer.  I need the full version of 5 and version 8 to coexist on the same computer.    I tried to create a new file type and modify the .pdf extersion to .PDFF.  This seem to open the correct document in correct version in everthing but IE.   For some strange reason it always opens the new extension in  version 8.  Is this possible.
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