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>What are the up and down sides of Acrobat? Does anyone know the how
>the licensing works?
I'm new so I missed the acrobat threads, but, the Acrobat Reader is free to
all. I'm not sure if others are allowed to distribute it, but it's freely
available at Adobe's ftp site. I think Adobe will issue a no-cost license
to distribute the Reader.
David, big Acrobat fan
I got the job! :) Good news: the programmer documented *everything*. Bad
news: the programmer documented *everything* in programmer-ese which has to
be distilled into end-user-ese. <shrug>