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This article provides up to date information on how to get PDF Forms and Adobe Reader working on your computer.
The Adobe Reader and Acrobat stand-alone applications are unaffected and Safari 5.1 renders PDF documents natively.
However, the Adobe Reader and Acrobat browser plug-ins before 10.1.3 don't function as expected in LiveCycle and Acrobat workflows that require either plug-in to render PDF documents in Safari 5.1.
Adobe Reader for XFA PDF forms is not available on iPad or iPhone devices.
Acrobat X and Adobe Reader X support viewing PDF files inside the Safari browser on Mac OS X.
For more information about system requirements, click these links for your product: Acrobat X Pro, Acrobat X Standard, Adobe Reader X.
Adobe PDFViewer for Mac OS X requires the following system requirements:
If you don't have Acrobat or Reader, or haven't installed the PDFViewer plug-in, then Safari shows PDF files using the Mac OS X native PDF support. Support for many Adobe PDF workflows, such as the collaboration jobs or many forms and security features, is unavailable.
The AdobePDFViewer plug-in is used to display PDF files in Safari using Acrobat and Reader. This plug-in is installed as part of the Acrobat X or Reader X installation.
The location of this plug-in on a Macintosh is
Options include the following:
For more information, see http://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/troubleshoot-safari-plug-acrobat-x.html.
If Acrobat X or Reader X is installed alongside an older version of Acrobat or Reader, removing the older version removes the AdobePDFViewer plug-in.
To re-enable Safari integration, rerun the installer over the current installation. Start the Acrobat/Reader X installer from the original media, and then follow the onscreen prompts to complete the installation.
Having multiple versions of Acrobat or Reader installed on the same system can cause plug-in conflicts. For example, suppose you have both Acrobat 9 and Acrobat X on your system and Acrobat 9 gets updated. In this case, the Acrobat 9 version of the AdobePDFViewer plug-in can overwrite the Acrobat X version of the plug-in. To correct the issue, follow these steps:
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