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Foolish question on source
Authored by: DragonsBane on Dec 11, '01 09:24:42PM

1) Thank you R for this great work of art.
2) PDF's can easily be "opened".
3) Why not save the PDF as editable text so people can cut and paste your work?

I have recommended your guidebook to no less than 20 people but I would have liked to have solved their problems by quoting from it without the need to re-type or "krack" your file. Is there a reason why you do not want me to copy and paste your text?

Thank you again for the great info!!!



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RTFM
Authored by: DragonsBane on Dec 11, '01 09:28:42PM

Woops

"Registered users will receive (if they wish) the source Word document for easy editing and searching."



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Use Acrobat Reader...
Authored by: robg on Dec 11, '01 09:31:24PM

Acrobat reader can select and copy the text from the PDF file; you don't need the Word document :-).

-rob.



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