Tuesday, 17 July 2012

How to Open Adobe Reader with Google Chrome

There may be very few people who are expert of viewing files in Portable Document Format in a web browser. It is very dissatisfying to see a separate desktop application that has to be embedded in a browser so as to display a file in this format. Google docs is also a very useful way to do so. If you have received a mail in your Gmail account that has an attached file created in this format, all you'd need to do is just click on the View link below and the document would get displayed in the Viewer in a new tab.

Google had been undergoing a process of bringing built in PDF viewer for making it easier for chrome users to view such files. This built in viewer is great help for users to save their time. In this case you can go ahead without Adobe reader and view such files without any problem. PDF is a format that people use when they need sending important piece of information to a recipient via the Web and if their documents are in other format then they use PDF converters for various conversions.

Here you will get a scroll to zoom in and zoom out of the document, or fit width and page. You would see the awesome interactive forms fields and JavaScript support. There is an in-built protection shield against any form of malware and security attacks that may be present to intimidate the safety of data in such files.

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