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    Question How to always open a pdf with Acrobat?
    I have Adobe Acrobat Professional and I would like to know how to set my MacBook to always open pdf documents with Acrobat and not Preview. I know how to open individual documents with Acorbat, but I don't know how to change the default to always open with Acrobat.

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    Find a PDF, click on it, press Cmd+I scroll down to the Open with section change it to the program of your choice and than click change all and away you go
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Vindicat3d View Post
    Find a PDF, click on it, press Cmd+I scroll down to the Open with section change it to the program of your choice and than click change all and away you go
    Thank you, thank you! It worked perfectly!

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