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I received a folder with a bunch of PDF files and one DJVU file. The PDF's open in PDF Complete but the DJVU does not. How do I open this type of file?

I'm using Windows 7 64-bit and Internet Explorer 8.

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

I would suggest SumatraPDF.

It opens PDF, XPS, DjVu, CHM, CBZ, CBR and is small and really fast.

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Viewers can be found here. It's just another (not as widely used) format for compression in documents.

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Thanks. I wanted to select both answers but I can't. – verve Jan 2 '12 at 14:59

IrfanView , The "swiss army knife" for viewing graphic files on Windows, can display DJVU files.

With the plugin pack it is also easily possible to save the document as a PDF file:

File -> Save as... -> PDF

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You should visit a website suggesting software for various file types like this one: File Extension DJVU

Here are some examples of Windows software from the site:

  • WinDjView
  • DjVuLibre DjView
  • ACD Systems Canvas 14
  • ACD Systems ACDSee 15
  • Lizardtech DjVu Solo
  • Web browser with LizardTech DjVu Browser plugin
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You shouldn't post link-only-answers. Sites might go offline and hence rendering your answer useless. – mpy Feb 1 '14 at 15:31

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