Yikes - as a frequent user of Windows shortcut keys, I really appreciate knowing that. Thanks!
-----Original Message----- <snip for clarity> Turns out that at some point I had attempted a Redo command by using Control-Y -- the opposite of Control-Z in most applications, but NOT in Acrobat. Control-Y toggles "Proof Colors" and when you turn it ON, your colours go OFF. Really intuitive, Adobe, thanks ;-) Seeing the world through rose-tinted glasses once again, -- Stuart Rogers Technical Communicator Phoenix Geophysics Limited Toronto, ON, Canada +1 (416) 491-7340 x 325 _________________________________ Lea Rush Software and Documentation Specialist Astoria-Pacific International PO Box 830 Clackamas OR 97015 PH: 800-657-3010 FAX: 503-655-7367