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Whenever I try to open a PDF in Google Chrome, Preview is automatically used to open the file. Is there a way to get files to open in Adobe Reader or something else?
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Preview is set as the default.
If you want change the default, instead of double clicking on it, right click (control click) and select other, and choose what you want, and select the option "always open with" unless you just want to open it with that app that time, and keep preview as the default.
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