If your PDF Not Opening in Gmail, this article will help you resolve the problem. Before that, ensure you have a PDF reader software on your phone or on your computer. If not, download and install the PDF reader. Here we consider Adobe Acrobat reader.
Let us see the steps to open a PDF file on Android.
Tap on the Google Play Store app.
Tap on the search box at the top of the screen.
Type in adobe acrobat reader and you will see the matching search results below the search bar.
Tap on Adobe Acrobat Reader, which should be at the top of the search result.
Next, it will open the Adobe Acrobat Reader page.
Tap the INSTALL button.
Next, tap on the ACCEPT option when prompted to begin the download.
Wait for Adobe Acrobat Reader to complete the downloading process.
Once it gets downloaded, you can now open and read the PDF file you downloaded from your Gmail account.
How to open the downloaded PDF file for the first time?
Tap on the Adobe Acrobat Reader app icon.
Swipe from right to left until the final page of the tutorial is reached.
Tap the blue button at the bottom of the page, which is the Get Started button.
Tap on the Local tab at the top. It will lead you to a list of all local PDF files on your Android device.
If there is no PDF file on your phone, then Tap on the ALLOW option when prompted.
Finally, Refresh the page.
Accessing a PDF in Gmail on a browser:
Gmail has a built-in PDF reader and instead of using the PDF reader on your computer, Gmail will load the PDF in your browser itself. In case your PDF file is not opening in Gmail:
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