7853Re: [NTO] Re: [NTB] PDF files
- Dec 21, 2007Yep, PDF is quite handy for handing off information where others don't
have the appropriate program either. This is true for Microsoft
Project, as an example. I use that for making projects all the time,
yet 95% of my clients don't own it. With a PDF, they can view it all
and stay up-to-date on statuses, as necessary.
> Another researcher (who is NOW deceased) sent me his entire researchNot like I'm looking for this to be some circumvention post, but if
> library on PDF, 30-40 years of his work, unfortunately he used password
> protection, and the docs will not open. He didn't include the password,
> and I didn't discover it until after he had passed away. Perhaps someday
> I will be able to crack those files.
you'd like I can likely get the files unprotected for you. I say it
with more than a good amount of confidence. I'll offer that I've never
seen a PDF that I couldn't break the protection on safely. Happens to
plenty of my clients after they put a password on and somehow forget it.
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