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    Question Always opening PDF files with Acrobat ?
    Does anyone know how to change the preferences so that PDF files automatically open with Acrobat and not in Preview? I can't figure out where to do that. Thanks.

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    Select the file that you want to open with acrobat. Then do a command i, for get info. Under the open with option choose acrobat reader. Then click the change all button. Then anytime you double click on a acrobat file it will open acrobat reader.
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    Is there any specific reason you want to? Preview is about 1000 times faster than Acrobat on the Mac.
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