Win 7 not open downloaded files Tags: PDF Excel Windows 7 Last response: February 6, 2013 4:43 PM in Windows 7 Share BAMIGBADE February 6, 2013 8:20:47 AM Hello Nerds, Do you know what i can do to open downloaded files, e.g excel, word, pdf on window 7 ? More about : win open downloaded files manojgj February 6, 2013 4:18:35 PM for excel-> microsoft excel /open office calc word->microsoft word/open office writer pdf -> adobe/foxit reader simply any one of office suites like Microsoft office 2013 or apache open office (more freeware and commercial software are available, just google office suite for windows to find more. for pdf files get adobe reader or foxit reader .. google pdf reader reader for more ittimjones February 6, 2013 4:43:24 PM BAMIGBADE said:Hello Nerds, Do you know what i can do to open downloaded files, e.g excel, word, pdf on window 7 ? you can navigate to -> hell and then GFY i'm no nerd ...jerk Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumBootable file from a Downloaded Win 7 executable Forumcan't open downloaded files ForumWin 7 downloaded file turned into "default.aspx" ForumGraphic files created on xp comp won't open in win 7 comp. ForumGet Win7 WindowsExplorer to Open multiple files in SAME app window? Forum.EXE Files Do Not Open - even in safe mode! ForumHow to change files from a windows XP to Win 7 and XLR will not open ForumMissing desktop files , win7 ForumCannot open my xp backup bkf file ForumWin7 excel open jpg files ForumCannot open downloaded files windows xp ForumDisabling saving files on Win7 DESKTOP ForumHow do you open .dat files win 7 ? Forum"Reboot and select Proper boot device" Forum[Solved] Choppy audio in Win 7 ForumDell Inspiron 1764 - BSOD with Win 7 but not with Vista ForumMy computer has all of my files associated to internet explorer to open how do i ForumI have installed windows 7 ultimate first and now i also installed linux os alon ForumCan\'t burn video files to DVD-R Forum[Solved] Acer Drive D - Files - What are they, can I delete? More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !