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Restore "Preview" as default PDF viewer


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Hello all,

I am using Panther 10.3.2. I recently installed Adobe Acrobat 6.0 professional. At some point in the install process or first run I must have clicked a box that sets Acrobat to be the Default PDF viewer rather than the OSX app, "Preview".

I would very much like to restore "Preview" as the Default for PDF as it is so much quicker if I am just opening a PDF for a quick look.

I have looked around quite a bit in the preferences panels of both apps but can not find anywhere to set the default. Can anyone help me out with this???

Thanks a bunch in advance....
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Fomer
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Find a PDF file go to info of it (single click then command + i) go to open with choose preview from the dropdown menu then apply to all.
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jookkk
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Thanks a bunch! I now have Preview back as my default!
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CaptainMack
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helps me to. i didnt even know preview could open PDFs
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