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Subject:Thank you...1 problem left From:Theresa Wolfe <tdw -at- PTSOFT -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 7 Jan 2000 15:22:19 -0500
Thank you for everyone's suggestions!
I finally was able to convert my Frame document to a PDF, with all the colors intact!
I used the Acrobat PDF Writer driver (via 'print'-not 'Save As'). With a few clicks in 'Properties' in the Print Setup,
I was laughing.
(I tried the long route-printing a PS file and distilling it manually-but Frame froze everytime)
The only problem left is that when I choose the PDF Writer driver-the 'Print Document' screen would not let me
play with the 'Acrobat Setup'. So in the end I had a beautiful PDF document, without bookmarks to navigate the document with.
I believe I have gone past the point of frustration....
Could the kind souls out there, who helped me initially, help again?
With eternal gratitude...
Co-op Technical Writer
Peartree Software Inc.