If you are using Foxit instead of Adobe Reader to open pdf-files you can use this Preview Handler to preview PDF-attachments in Outlook The Foxit PDF Preview Handler is a piece of software written by myself Windows Vista in the operating system as well as in Outlook You have set Foxit as default PDF viewer on your system (How to set Foxit as Default PDF Reader), but running into the following problem with Outlook.
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Windows since Windows Vista and Microsoft Outlook since Outlook has great feature where users can preview the content of a file without. With Foxit PDF Preview Handler, you can view PDFs right inside Outlook , just like looking at the body of an e-mail. Here's how it looks. Windows only: If you're in need of a light-weight PDF previewer for messages in Outlook , you can now plug FoxitPDF, the speedy and.
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Time is not on my side for that one. If you have the expertise and can write the unmanaged COM code, give him a shout. Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.
The opinions expressed herein are my own personal opinions and do not represent my employer's view in any way. About Scott Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. Sponsored By. Hosting By. Comments  Share on: Wednesday, February 28, 6: PDF is a bloated pig, but is Adobe really so atrocious across the board?
Once you've tried Foxit, you'll know what speed truly is. I can open and close Foxit 10 times before Adobe starts up.
Scott Hanselman. Wednesday, February 28, 7: Good read Scott! Foxit will become my new best friend. I've been fed up for a while with Adobe. Check the page: Wednesday, February 28, 9: Foxit is faster than, well insert your own analogy here tasteful or otherwise , but it looks like if a page has the viewer embedded as an ActiveX control and you can't download the file, you're sunk. Is that really the case? Either way, I'll probably use Foxit from here on out. Thanks for the tip. Wednesday, February 28, Can we get a little professional courtesy here?
As far as previewers go, you're right we Adobe don't have one yet. For that matter, Acrobat and Reader don't even officially support Vista yet. We do have a Vista compatible dot release in the works. In the meantime, I think its great that Tim Heuer has done this, but there is a big difference between releasing an unsupported, hackish utility and releasing a supported product that gets used by literally millions of people.
As for speed, Reader 8 starts a heck of a lot faster than earlier versions.
Foxit is still faster, but not that much faster. I should also point out that Vista doesn't even ship with an XPS previewer, so Microsoft is just as guilty as Adobe in that respect. Are you just as shocked by that, Scott? Let's hear your outrage! Andrew Shebanow. I do use FoxIt reader and totally agree it beats the pants off of Acrobat Reader.
My question was more about your comment that your computer is Adobe-free, which seemed a sweeping condemnation of their products. I wonder if that's what you meant? Andrew - Heh. Sorry about the blatant troll. Martin about the HBO series moving beyond his books.
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