According to this link, it launches PDF files within the browser. With the Adobe PDF Link Helper (Reader Helper) - an Adobe Acrobat Reader. Adobe PDF Link Helper is missing from a user's browser. It is not disabled - just not there How do I get it back? Win7x64 Adobe Reader 9. Configuring the browser to open PDF files in an Acrobat window folder must contain the following files: ruthenpress.info, ruthenpress.info, and ruthenpress.info Adobe PDF Reader, Adobe PDF Reader Link Helper, Adobe PDF Reader Link Helper.
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Name: Adobe PDF Link Helper Publisher: Adobe Systems, Incorporated Type: remove "PDF Link Helper", you can delete the file: "ruthenpress.info" from. The following dll location can be run with Adobe PDF Link Helper:C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Acrobat\ActiveX\ruthenpress.info, C:\Program. The ruthenpress.info process is part of Adobe PDF Helper of Adobe Systems. Here are further details of ruthenpress.info, and whether it might be a virus to launch Acrobat Reader. ruthenpress.info See also: Link Dr. Ashley.
To download a PDF file from a link: In the Save As dialog box, select a location on your hard drive, and then click Save. For versions of Acrobat earlier than 7. If you run into any sort of issue, then you should upgrade to at least Acrobat or Adobe Reader 7.
Internet Explorer 7 makes it more visible to the user which add ons are enabled and disabled.
This is done from the tools menu by selecting Manage Add Ons. The first three add ons are associated with the PDF tool bar that is installed by the full Acrobat product. The second three add ons that can be seen are installed with both the Reader and the full Acrobat product. By default, all of these add ons are enabled. Internet Explorer 7 allows you disable individual add-ons, and it has a?
By disabling the Adobe add-ons, some PDF-related functionality may no longer work.
When Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader launches and it notices that add ons are disabled, it will return the following error message. You will need to restart Internet Explorer after performing this action. This is because the version 8 browser components work with both version 7 and version 8. If, however, after installation of Acrobat 8 or Adobe Reader 8, you manually repair the installation of Adobe Acrobat 7 or Adobe Reader 7, the version 7 browser components for will be reinstalled.
Trying to use version 8 to view a PDF file in the browser after this will result in an error message. They do not, however, give a choice of mime type ownership. If you use Acrobat 6 or Adobe Reader 6 standalone to view a PDF file in the browser after you install Acrobat 8 or Adobe Reader 8, an error message will appear stating that the version of Acrobat that is running is not supported and to exit it and try again.
If you repair Acrobat 6 or Adobe Reader 6 after the installation of Acrobat 8 or Adobe Reader 7, then the Acrobat6 or Adobe Reader 6 browser components will be reinstalled. If you try to to use Acrobat 8 or Adobe Reader 8 to view a PDF file in the browser after, then you will see an error message.
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Apparently, if I disable this one, PDFs embedded in a page with the embed or object tag fail to function properly. So, its pretty clear as to its function. IE9 with Reader X seems to work flawlessly with it disabled.
PDF's still open within the browser. Does anyone know the purpose of this add-on? At one time I believed it was necissary for the 'within browser' functionality to work, though that was never verified. Something change? According to this link , it launches PDF files within the browser. When enabled, PDF files from websites launch automatically in your web browser.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. I have an idea of what this browser add-on does.