Graduate Programs in the Biomedical Sciences



Jan 23, 2018
11:00 AM
Thesis Seminar: Nucleus Accumbens Opioids Promote Approach to High-fat Reward in the Absence of Caloric Need
Kevin Caref
Rose F Kennedy Center Room 901


Jan 26, 2018
11:45 PM
Form 3 due: January 26, 2018
Belfer Educational Center for Health Sciences 202

Thesis Defense Seminars

Currently no information available on upcoming Thesis Seminars


Troubleshooting Opening, Viewing, or Printing Adobe Acrobat PDF Files

Multiple Versions of Adobe Acrobat or Reader

Having multiple versions of Adobe Reader installed on the same system can cause plug-in conflicts.

Microsoft Internet Explorer (Windows)

Google Chrome Browser (Windows / Mac OS)

  • Google Chrome has a built-in PDF viewer enabled by default, which opens the file directly in your browser window. To disable the built-in viewer, enter chrome://settings/content in the address bar and Scroll down to PDF Documents. Enable "Open PDFs using a different application."

Mozilla Firefox Browser

  • Windows
    • Mozilla Firefox has a built-in PDF viewer. To disable the built-in viewer click the menu button and choose ‘Options’. Select the ‘Applications’ panel and find ‘Portable Document Format (PDF)’ and click on it to select it. Click on the drop-down arrow in the ‘Action’ column and select ‘Use Adobe Acrobat (in Firefox)’ or ‘Use Adobe Acrobat (default)’. Restart Firefox.
    • Detailed Instructions 
  • Mac OS
    • Select Mozilla Firefox. Choose Preferences>Applications. Find ‘Portable Document Format (PDF)’ and click on it to select it. Click on the drop-down arrow in the ‘Action” column and select ‘Use Adobe Acrobat NPAPI Plug-in’.
    • Detailed Instructions  

Other Solutions

  • Disable Display PDF in Browser and Fast Web View
    • Close all browsers. Open Adobe Reader. Choose Edit>Preferences>Internet. In the ‘Web Browser Options’ section, uncheck ‘Display PDF in browser’ and uncheck ‘Allow Fast Web View’.  Click ‘OK’ to confirm the change.
  • Download and Install the latest version of Adobe Reader.

Mobile Devices

Mobile devices do not support XFA-based PDF forms. XFA-based PDF forms allow users to fill-in and save PDF forms locally. Please use your desktop/laptop to download the file directly to your local drive and open the file using Adobe Reader.

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