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When I open PDF files in Safari, I am not able to resize the image on the screen. In Windows, under ie or Firefox I could always do that. In fact, I could use almost any Acrobat function. Is there a trick I'm missing here?
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Just guessing here, but perhaps you had an Acrobat plug in of some nature installed on your PC and don't have the same installed on your Mac?

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Just guessing here, but perhaps you had an Acrobat plug in of some nature installed on your PC and don't have the same installed on your Mac?
Now that you say it, I do have Acrobat writer on all my computers. Doh. I'll try downloading the reader for the mac.

I checked the site. Is Acrobat native Intel? If not, will it even work?
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