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Another reason one might want to convert a graphic to a .pdf might be
if the original format is something that many people may not have the
ability to view otherwise. One format that springs to mind is an
Autocad file, among many others.
On 4/15/05, Bruce Byfield <bbyfield -at- axionet -dot- com> wrote:
> As for making a PDF of a graphic, which Lou Quillio mentioned, I can
> easily see doing it if you want to reduce the load time on a web page,
> and the graphic is an extra.
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