A question on using the Microsoft Windows Home Premium and its ...

Posted: 05-18-2008, 09:46 PM
Hi there,
Recently, I downloaded and installed the file "Adobe Reader 8" onto my hard
drive C. When I'm using Windows Home Premium "Search" trying to search and
see where the file is located on my hard drive C, the "Search" returned a
path as: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\StartMenu". I have difficulty of
locating the exact path on my hard drive C using Windows Explorer. Would you
please kindly show me the exact steps of how to pinpoint the location of the
afore mentioned file within Windows Explorer? Thank you very much in advance
for your sincere help.
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Bob
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Posted: 05-18-2008, 10:10 PM
Right click the Adobe shortcut and select Properties.

"Fiery Dragon" <FieryDragon@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:73BC25B6-85BF-4FB7-94B5-3BBC8DC2039F@microsoft.com...
> Hi there,
> Recently, I downloaded and installed the file "Adobe Reader 8" onto my
> hard
> drive C. When I'm using Windows Home Premium "Search" trying to search and
> see where the file is located on my hard drive C, the "Search" returned a
> path as: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\StartMenu". I have difficulty of
> locating the exact path on my hard drive C using Windows Explorer. Would
> you
> please kindly show me the exact steps of how to pinpoint the location of
> the
> afore mentioned file within Windows Explorer? Thank you very much in
> advance
> for your sincere help.
> --
> Thank you very much for taking time to read this e-mail. Your earliest
> response to this enquiry will be highly appreciated.
DL
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Re: A question on using the Microsoft Windows Home Premium and its ...
Posted: 05-18-2008, 10:17 PM
"Adobe Reader 8" is not a file, as such, it is an application name, your
search is returning the shortcut name.
Acrobat Reader is installed in the Adobe folder, sub folder Acrobat 8.0
The actual exe being AcroRd32.exe
Though why would you would want to locate it?

"Fiery Dragon" <FieryDragon@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:73BC25B6-85BF-4FB7-94B5-3BBC8DC2039F@microsoft.com...
> Hi there,
> Recently, I downloaded and installed the file "Adobe Reader 8" onto my
> hard
> drive C. When I'm using Windows Home Premium "Search" trying to search and
> see where the file is located on my hard drive C, the "Search" returned a
> path as: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\StartMenu". I have difficulty of
> locating the exact path on my hard drive C using Windows Explorer. Would
> you
> please kindly show me the exact steps of how to pinpoint the location of
> the
> afore mentioned file within Windows Explorer? Thank you very much in
> advance
> for your sincere help.
> --
> Thank you very much for taking time to read this e-mail. Your earliest
> response to this enquiry will be highly appreciated.

 
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