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  1. #1
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    Add and Use a Default PDF application?

    Hi all,

    I would like to use my PDF Studio 8 as my default pdf application, but I cannot get it to open pdf files when I click on a pdf.

    PDFStudio is not in the list of applications that I can select the default from

    How can I add it to the list of preferred applications?

    Thanks

    Heeter

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    Re: Add and Use a Default PDF application?

    Start nautilus, right click on a pdf file, Open With > Other Application > Show Other Applications ... go from there.

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    Re: Add and Use a Default PDF application?

    Hey Thanks, but that is what I am saying. It is not in this list. It is not in the "Show Other Applications" list either.

    How can I add my PDF application to this list to select it?

    Sorry, I might not have been properly descriptive in my original post.

    Heeter

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    Re: Add and Use a Default PDF application?

    Thanks for this link, monkeybrain20122, That worked!!!


    Heeter

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    Re: Add and Use a Default PDF application?

    I have ever used this PDF control as my PDF application, which enables me to process and modify PDF document page, extract pages from PDF and so on.

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