Re: Using Acrobat effectively onscreen: a resource and example
Yes, this is what it does in Mac vs. Windows. - Carol Gilbert
One interesting observation in this article involves a Mac vs. Windows
difference; apparently, Windows versions of Internet Explorer display PDFs
in the browser by default, whereas the Mac versions download them to disk.
(Haven't noticed the latter, but haven't tested this extensively either.)
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