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I'm currently trying Adobe Acrobat .PDF as a new output format. I can take
Postscript printer output of any Windows program and create and on-line
document that prints out on any printer (not just Postscript) as faithfully
as the printed book. I can also put in hyperlinking, thumbnail navigation
pages, bookmarks, and the inline graphics are beautiful. PDF files can be
sent (along with the FREE reader) to Mac, DOS, Windows and Unix sytems...all
just as faithfully renderd as on the originating platform. Anyone else out
there using it?