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I want to open pdf from sharepoint in adobe not IE

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Everytime i open pdf from sharepoint it opens in browser.  I don't want that.  how do I change?
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Open Adobe -> Edit -> Preferences -> Internet -> Uncheck Show PDF PDF in browser (or something very similar, sorry, i'm directly translating)
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