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 Does Microsoft have a PDF reader for Vista?

Answer Microsoft's Vista is a computer operating system. Reader programs for viewing PDF files are made by other companies. By far, the most popular and widely-used viewer is Adobe Reader. Adobe has made... Read More »
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How to Convert a Microsoft Reader to a TXT?

Converting a Microsoft Reader file to a text file can be accomplished using any application capable of .lit to .txt file conversion. There are a few freeware applications currently available on the... Read More »
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How to Convert to Microsoft Reader?

Documents created in the Microsoft Word word processor can be converted to eBooks that can be read using the Microsoft Reader software. The conversion is done using an add-in called Read in Microso... Read More »
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Can you install Acrobat Reader 9 for Vista 64-bit?

Adobe Reader 9.3 is available from the Adobe website for Vista 64-bit machines, according to the Adobe website. You need to have Microsoft Service Pack 1 or 2 installed in order for this to run.Sou... Read More »
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How to Change the Voice of Microsoft Reader?

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