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Word macro to open a PDF document

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I need the coding for a macro to open a PDF document but I am not a programmer.  Can anyone help?  Many thanks :D
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by:Joanne M. Orzech
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You want to open a PDF from Word in Acrobat I assume?
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Hi, yes, open Acrobat and then load the PDF into it.  Thanks :D
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this is now sorted - thanks
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