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Re: Capabilities of PDF

Thanks for your suggestion. I understand the reasoning behind encouraging
customers to upgrade, but I don't think I could realistically expect many of
them to do so. Therefore, I must follow your last bit of device and design with
the "non-current" reader in mind.


"Campbell, Art" wrote:

> IMHO, I think your customers or your company should address the
> inconsistency by upgrading (or encouraging the customers to upgrade) to
> Acrobat 4. I'd be shocked if Adobe was providing any up fixes or support for
> a non-current (version 3) product. And if I were you, I'd make sure it
> happened before I
> spent any more cycles adding features that are only supported by version 4.
> Art
> Art Campbell
> Technical Publications
> Northchurch Communications
> Five Corporate Drive
> Andover, MA 01810
> 978 691-6344
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pamela Denchfield [mailto:pdenchfield@vixel.com]
> Sent: Monday, November 15, 1999 12:16 PM
> To: Dan Emory
> Cc: Chaim Chatan [ENG]; TECHWR-L digest; Free Framers
> Subject: Re: Capabilities of PDF
> Chaim Chatan [ENG] asked and Dan Emory answered:
> > ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> > >3) The pagination in the manual is different from the pagination in the
> > >Adobe Acrobat program. He wants the page number on the bottom of the
> Adobe
> > >Acrobat screen to be identical to the page number in the manual. Is this
> > >possible to accomplish in PDF?
> > ======================================================================
> > If you have Acrobat 4.0, you can make the page numbers in the PDF match
> the
> > page numbers in the original FrameMaker document.
> I've been having fun matching the page numbering shown on the screen to
> those on
> the printed pages of my manuals. Imagine how I felt when my efforts went
> unnoticed because readers were viewing the manuals on a 3.0 reader. I trust
> that
> Adobe will soon address this inconsistency.
> Pamela Denchfield
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