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>>Oh, I forgot about that. It's an IE 6 bug, IIRC, that has a folks PO'd
>>on comp.text.pdf. And you're correct that a lot of people will run into
the same difficulty.
>>Again, your experience proves that there are a lot of people using Acrobat
>>poorly; it is not an indictment of the format, though.
If, as I have been told, the freebie AcroReader viewer (at least the _base_
version; I understand that you can specify to add onto the download the
ability to search PDFs, but this is not the default, and doesn't seem to be
what most people have if they're using the free reader), that limits the
utility of the format, no?
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