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Re: [sig] Taking Slovo to PDF

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  • Tim Nalley
    Everything here at work is pdf. dok ... __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - Find what you need with new enhanced search.
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 8, 2005
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      Everything here at work is pdf.
      'dok

      --- Lisa Kies <lkies@...> wrote:

      > X-JumpGate Networks Webmail - Mason City, Iowa:
      > Originating-IP
      >
      > I find accessing pdf files irritating. They load
      > slowly, and the web
      > navigation controls don't work the way they should.
      > But if it will save you
      > time in this valuable (and appreciated) work, I will
      > be content with the change.
      >
      > Sofya la Rus
      >
      > Quoting goldschp@...:
      >
      > > For a number of reasons (mostly speed and
      > efficiency), I'm considering
      > > producing the online Slovo in Acrobat (pdf) rather
      > than continuing to web the
      > > hardcopy as a separate document.
      > >
      > > The downside to this is that the content will now
      > be identical to the hard
      > > copy (in the past, the webbed version has included
      > bonus items not found in
      > > the hard copy). The upside is that the content
      > will now be identical.
      > >
      > > Thoughts? Comments?
      > >
      > > -- Paul
      >
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    • Ilijana Krakowska
      Well, since you ask, I don t like pdf documents. They take too long for my dial-up connection to download and I can t cut and paste the parts I want to save.
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 9, 2005
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        Well, since you ask, I don't like pdf documents. They take too long for my dial-up connection to download and I can't cut and paste the parts I want to save. However, I do understand the need for efficiency.
        Ilijana Krakowska

        goldschp@... wrote:
        For a number of reasons (mostly speed and efficiency), I'm considering producing the online Slovo in Acrobat (pdf) rather than continuing to web the hardcopy as a separate document.

        The downside to this is that the content will now be identical to the hard copy (in the past, the webbed version has included bonus items not found in the hard copy). The upside is that the content will now be identical.

        Thoughts? Comments?

        -- Paul





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