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can't open pdf in browser

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I used to be able to open pdf files in my browser, however now I can't... why is this.? I tried in three different browsers, chrome,firefox, and IE and none seems to work.. it just shows a blank page when I tried to open one
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gdemiro earned 500 total points
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Download Adobe Reader here:
http://get.adobe.com/reader/
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I just re-installed my adobe and now it works .. thanks though
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In adobe Acrobat, in Edit->Preferences->Internet make sure the "Show PDF in browser" and "Allow fast web view" options are checked. Click OK to save your preferences and restart your browser(s).

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