Configuring Navigator to Use Acrobat Reader as a Helper App
When you configure Navigator to use an Acrobat viewer as a helper application, Navigator starts the viewer, then displays PDF files within the separate Acrobat viewer window.
NOTE: Make sure the nppdf32.dll file or the nppdf16.dll file is not installed in the Netscape\Navigator\Programs\Plugins directory or the Netscape\Communicator\Program\Plugins directory. The nppdf32.dll or nppdf16.dll file should be installed only in the Acrobat3 directory. If the file is installed in any other directory, Navigator will open the Acrobat viewer as a plug-in and cannot use the viewer as a helper application.
Items you should click on are in bold.
To configure Navigator 4.x to use Acrobat as a helper application:
To configure Navigator 3.x to use Acrobat as a helper application:
To reestablish the original Netscape Navigator settings, reinstall Acrobat Reader 3.0x.
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