How do I revert a .FRM file to it’s original layout?

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I need to start off by saying that I am not particularly computer literate, so please be gentle. I was trying to find a customized invoice which I had saved in my accounting program. I thought I had found it and wanted to open it to see if it was the one I needed. I was asked to choose a program to open it with and I chose Acrobat, as I just wanted to see what it looked like. That file now only seems to be able to be opened in acrobat. How do I revert it back to it's original form, so I can upload it into my accounting program to use. Thanks in advance.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Right click on the file and select Properties. On general tab, there is a button named as Change.... click the button and it offers to change the associated program. Here you can select the default program which shown in the box. If the program is not showing, you can click Browse button to select the program/ application.
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  • ToddN2000
    Just a tip: When you are prompted to pick a program to open a file, pay attention to the check box. If it's checked it will now associate this file type with the program you select for all future use as it resets the association. If you want it to go back to the original program association follow Subhendu's post. If this is for a one-time occasion leave the box unchecked.
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