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Re: Adobe Acrobat

  • Subject: Re: Adobe Acrobat
  • From: "Laurie AE O'Meara" Laurie@LAEOM.COM
  • Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2002 16:35:26 -0400

Hi Sandy :)  I for one, thank you for doing all this research.  It's a great
thing to know, as far as which Adobe programs can do what.  Also- I hadn't
tried to save a photo as a pdf through my photo program, and will try that
(just for the curiosity).  I had only tried with my scanner software.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Sandy Connerley" <sandyc@SURFARI.NET>
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 1:25 PM
Subject: Adobe Acrobat

> Hello,
>     Well, after reading the Adobe Acrobat website and still having
> questions, I called them.  If back issues of GATW were to be scanned so
> the capability of searching for specific words was a feature (a great
> feature!), they recommened we would only need to purchase Adobe Acrobat
> 5.0 at $249. They said the magazines would be as you see them, with
> pictures where they are on the page.  They said the OCR (optical
> character recognition) is very good.  They said if the program is
> ordered on-line or directly through them with the 30 day trial, that if
> it does not work, you can return it, or upgrade to the Adobe Capture
> program.  But, they did not think for IGS purposes that we would need
> the larger program.
>     Thanks, Barry, for alerting us to this possiblity.  Much better than
> scanning images.  Making them searchable is great.
>     They also said that you could put several magazines on one pdf file
> so the search would be for that file, or you could put them in several
> pdf files.
>     Any other thoughts?
> Sandy

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