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Subject:Anybody willing to share Acrobat intro text? From:"Link, Virginia" <LINKVI -at- DWD -dot- STATE -dot- WI -dot- US> Date:Mon, 12 Jul 1999 12:07:00 -0500
We're putting our manuals online using Adobe Acrobat, and have been writing
web-page intro text (how to download the software, searching and moving
around in Acrobat docs, copy and paste, printing, etc.). We were wondering
if anybody else has noncopyrighted text they'd be willing to share, which we
could adapt slightly for our use, rather than banging our heads while
reinventing the wheel. I searched the archives briefly, but didn't find
anything specifically helpful.
If any kind souls could point me to some web sites where they have text we
could "adapt," I'd be a very happy camper! TIA.
Virginia J. Link
Technical Writer mailto:linkvi -at- dwd -dot- state -dot- wi -dot- us