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Subject:Re: Should we skip HTML? From:P Diller <pdiller -at- MAIL -dot- STATE -dot- MO -dot- US> Date:Tue, 10 Mar 1998 16:23:54 -0500
>I don't know anyone who has acrobat on their
> machines anymore,
> I know hundreds. >
From a remedial on-line user, I _love_ PDF. It was painless to load the
reader and I was delighted to be able to download docs from a variety of
sources that were somehow magically, beautifully formatted for my