Many users will want to integrate Adobe® Reader with their web browser, so that the PDF files will be displayed within the viewing area of the browser window. This is the default mode of operation, so if you want to run Adobe® Reader as a helper application, you're all set. However, some users may prefer to run Adobe® Reader in a stand-alone capacity. If you use Microsoft® Internet Explorer and experience difficulty displaying ePrint reports, it is recommended that you configure Adobe® Reader to run on its own, outside of the browser. Some guidelines are provided below.

From the Adobe Reader menu, select Edit. Within Edit, select Preferences. Within Preferences, select Internet and un-check the "Display PDF in browser".

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