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Old 04-09-2011, 12:16 AM   #1
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Question Evince not seen in Aplications


I have Evince installed, as can be seen in Synaptic but can't see it in Applications, nor can invoke it as an option to open files. Initially I had Evince working, but changed to Okular. Since then, I did not see Evince in my Netbook. I want to have the Evince option. I installed Evince related packages from the Ubuntu 10.04 Repository, but nothing new appears in Applications or System. Please advice. Thank you

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Old 04-09-2011, 12:41 AM   #2
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Go to System > Preferences > Main Menu. This will open a GUI where you can find Evince (sometimes called Document Viewer) in the Graphics menu. Tick the appropriate box and then close the GUI down. Now check Applications > Graphics > Document Viewer or Evince.
 
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Go to System > Preferences > Main Menu. This will open a GUI where you can find Evince (sometimes called Document Viewer) in the Graphics menu. Tick the appropriate box and then close the GUI down. Now check Applications > Graphics > Document Viewer or Evince.
Thank you, I did it, now I can see Evice!!!
 
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