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Much as I love PDFs, I have to agree with this
statement. Most of my own department's writers were
still using 3.0 when I got here. They didn't know 4.05
existed, not to mention 5.0.
--- Andrew Plato <intrepid_es -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> Also - he is very right about another aspect. Very
> few users are savvy
> enough to keep up to par with the latest versions of
> the Acrobat reader.
> We still do docs in 3.0 format because 75% of the
> readers don't have 4.0
> or 5.0 reader.
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