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To view PDFs with Safari, you can do one of the following:
- Set Safari preferences to use Adobe Reader plug-in
- Disable AdobePDFViewer plug-in to use the default Safari PDF viewer
Launch Safari, and then choose Preferences.
In the Preferences window, choose Security and then click the Website Settings button for Internet plug-ins.
Now select Adobe Reader in the list of plug-ins.
Under the option When visiting other Websites, in the drop-down list, choose Allow Alwaysand then click Done.
This will set the browser to use the Adobe Reader plug-in to view PDFs.
Log in as the root user. The root user privileges aren’t enabled by default because the root user can change system files. For more information and instructions, see one of the following Apple documents: Enabling and using the “root” user in Mac OS X or OS X Mountain Lion: Enable and disable the root user.
Choose Go > Go To Folder.
Type /Library in the Go to the Folder field, and click Go.
Create a new folder in the Library folder, and name it Internet Plug-ins Disabled.
Open the Internet Plug-ins folder, and move both the AdobePDFViewer.plugin and theAdobePDFViewerNPAPI.plugin into the new Internet Plug-ins Disabled folder.
If both AdobePDFViewer plug-ins are still in the Internet Plug-ins folder, drag them now to the trash. You may be asked for your name and password.
For more information on disabling or removing plug-ins, see Apple Safari help.