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How do I access Preferences & Applications so I can set default for Adobe Reader?

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I work with a program called Studio Webware. I have been told to select Adobe Reader for my default instead of Preview. I need to do this through Preferences & Applications, but I don't know how to access these. Please help!

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That sounds like instruction for Mac (Preferences and the Preview application).
You posted this with a Windows computer, so this probably doesn't apply.

SeeL

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Chosen Solution

That sounds like instruction for Mac (Preferences and the Preview application).
You posted this with a Windows computer, so this probably doesn't apply.

SeeL

Helpful Reply

Thanks, I finally found my solution under Tools/Options. I was given instructions from someone probably using a Mac.