How to install Acrobat Reader extensions on Chrome. 1. Open your Chrome web browser. 2. Open the Chrome menu button (three vertical dots). 3. Select “More Settings.” 4. Select the “Show Advanced Settings” tab. Note: The “Security” field, next to security level, is recommended. 5. In the “Security” field, click “Advanced Settings.” 6. Uncheck the “Use a history of site visits to display recommended options” box. 7. Open the “More Settings” menu and under “Show Advanced Settings,” check the box that reads “Prevent page redirects.” 8. Click “Apply.” 9. If you wish, you can delete this box from the “Developer options” menu. NOTE: This will hide the option for “Use a history of site visits to display recommended options.” 8th September 2023 — The Adobe Acrobat extension in Google Chrome gives you full control and allows you to view, open, edit, sign, print and save PDF format documents on the web. It is not the most user-friendly app, but with the extension installed, you can... How to Install the Adobe Acrobat Reader Extension on Linux. The Adobe Acrobat Chrome extension comes with a new Linux version. It's available in the Ubuntu Software Center... How to Install Acrobat Reader extension on Ubuntu. 1. Open your Ubuntu Software Center. 2. Find and download Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader. 3. Double-click on the .deb file (application package) 4. Add it to your system 5. Reboot your Ubuntu computer. 6. Go to the Acrobat application window and click on More. 7. Click “Install extension” 9th July 2023 — Adobe announced the upcoming release of its Acrobat PDF Reader in Google Chrome. The Adobe Acrobat Chrome extension adds support for the Chrome plugin. It allows you to... How to Install the Adobe Acrobat Reader extension on Windows. 1. Open the Adobe Acrobat Reader Chrome extension. 2. Click the “Sign in” button at the top right. 3. Follow the on-screen instructions. 4. Click the “Sign Out” button at the bottom right. 5. Click “Add to Chrome” at the top right. 6. Click OK.