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i updated adobe acrobat4 to 5 today and now it looks like i have
on my pc in control panel the two versions 4+5 i think i should have deleted 4 before installing 5 would that be right if i am not right what can i do seeing the both versions are in control panel
add/remove i will try to put a screenshot of add/remove so you all can see as a a/ment.col thanks in advance

if this is in the wrong place sorry didn,t no where it should go.
 

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col I don't really know but try right clicking on each & going to properties & checking the size of it. If 5 is bigger than 4 ... ( im not sure about this ) then seems logical 5 is a stand alone... go back to the homepage & read also
 

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savvy lady thanks for you input in this problem it looks like i haven,t explained it properly, sorry for that.i have adobe acrobat installed twice i have 2 icons on the desktop which are 4+5 and in control panel in add/remove programs adobe acrobat 4+5 are installed on the one line as per a/ment on first post. so it seems to me they are installed in the same folder would that be right. can i just leave them there i have plenty of room on hard drive or should i delete them both and reinstall ver 5 which is the latest.
thanks again.col.:rolleyes:
 

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Uninstall version 4. Reboot. Uninstall version 5. Reboot. Reinstall version 5.
 

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max19 thanks for your reply to my post.can i just uninstall ver.4 and leave ver.5 or because they are in the same folder you must
uninstall both i have noticed there is a uninstall option in ver.4 but not in ver.5 would it then be safe to just uninstall ver.4
thanks again.col.:confused:
 

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eddie5659 i dont think i can delete from add/remove programs.
(see first post) VERSION 4+5 are on the same line looks to me like
there installed in the same place i have been told they will work okay like that i went to a site today that had pdf files and it worked ok even thuogh i have two versions ver 4 was my first one i updated to ver5 ver 5 came up and it seems to work fine
so i think i will lave it like that for a time and see how it goes.col.
thanks for your response may i also ask you how do i reply problem solved.col.:D
 
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I don't have my other PC on but I do have two versions of adobe acrobat on it and they have been on for months.
The one is version 5 and the other is 3 I think.
I did see in my windows\temp a .pdf file that I knew should of not of been there. I open up adobe acrobat and then the .pdf file and it was a file that I had seen from the .pdf file plugin in netscape. It just did not delete itself when done so I deleted it.
I never really ever use adobe acrobat so don't worry about it.
I did have the other version installed on another drive and both were in the add/remove.
The old version was install by some program and the newer version 5 is what I got at adobe web site.
 

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hewee thanks for you quick reply, not bad all the way from sacremento to melbourne australia in a matter of minutes whats it going to be like in 50 years the mind boggles, i think i will do that
it should be alright thanks col.have a good 02.
 
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It really is fast.

If all works ok then just leave it be.
Your pick on what to do.
 
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