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can not view pdf previews in outlook 2010

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PDF file cannot be previewed because there is no previewer installed for it. Happening in MS Outlook 2010, window 7 32 bit. Works fine with all order documents, only a problem trying to view PDF’s
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sounds like you need to install adobe reader or some kind of pdf reader. if you have one installed then you may want to uninstall it and then install it
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Installed Foxit...solved the issue

Many thanks
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