Re: PDFs

Subject: Re: PDFs
From: Dick Margulis <margulis -at- fiam -dot- net>
To: Graham Bridge <graham -dot- bridge -at- sescoi -dot- fr>
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 06:17:52 -0500

Graham,

If you don't need a lot of PDF functionality (hyperlinks, bookmarks,
..) try HotSend instead of PDF. This is free (http://www.hotsend.com),
looks a lot like PDF to the recipient, and can be delivered as an EXE
file for PC users. If some of your distribution is to Mac users, you
have to instruct them to download a free reader and then send an HOT
file instead, so this is not quite as platform-blind as PDF. But if you
know you don't have Mac users in the loop, it might solve your problem.

Dick

Graham Bridge wrote:
>
> Dear everybody,
>
> Here's a question for which I don't hold out much hope of a positive
> reply but I'll give it a shot anyway.
>
> Is there any way of making a PDF file auto-executable, as with a zipped
> file which is delivered to a remote site and doesn't have to have the
> Zip software to extract it.
>




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