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Default detect if Adobe Acrobat Reader is installed

I am looking for code for my asp document 'print_terms.asp'.

I have a iframe with a Acrobat document inside it:

However, if Acrobat is not installed on a machine that this page is run on then I get a IE Error Page 'Page cannot be displayed', inside the .

How can i detect if Acrobat is installed? and if it is NOT then show the 'Download Acrobat Reader NOW' image inside the instead of loading the PDF.



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Old March 10th, 2005, 10:47 AM
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The solution provided in this is working?


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