Getting Started with Windows 8: PDF Documents

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In this video we will discover the new built-in PDF reader that comes with Windows 8.

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  1. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!! I MILLION TIMES THANK YOU!! I was about to throw my computer and smash it with a hammer! I feel dumb now know that its just 2 simple buttons to print.!

  2. Forget it. I figured it out. Press CTRL+P then on the right side of the screen, you will click on whatever printer is installed on your computer, then press print at the bottom. You can also Press the Windows Icon button next to the ALT key and follow the steps I previously mentioned. It works the same way. I hope this helps many people. I'm sure many people need this info. Good luck.

  3. You can't have multiple docs open???? WHAT??? Windows is called Windows, because you want to have WINDOWS!! If the dang thing is fullscreen all the time, then this is not Windows, and as suspected, Win 8 is useless.

  4. Thanks for the video. I have a question. If you open a link from the pdf, do you get a pop-up security warning that you are going to the internet like you get in Adobe reader? or are the standart settings that it automaticly goes your browser?

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