Adobe and pdf files

2000-09-21 Thread Gizmoleon
I just read the series of correspondence considering the Xerox machine and the usage of the term "Xerox" to refer to photocopying. Now the problem I have does not have to do with the term but with the use of advertising by providing a free product. Adobe acrobat and its free reader for pdf

RE: Adobe and pdf files

2000-09-21 Thread Erik Burns
PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, September 21, 2000 4:50 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Adobe and pdf files I just read the series of correspondence considering the Xerox machine and the usage of the term "Xerox" to refer to photocopying. Now the problem I

Re: Adobe and pdf files

2000-09-21 Thread Pat McCann
Their other products are worthless if the pdf format is not standard. Who would produce a pdf document if all the users of it had to pay not only the producer, but some thrid party, to view it. There are many free alternatives. The reader has to be free to compete with MS word and html and nsf

Re: Adobe and pdf files

2000-09-21 Thread Alexander Guerrero
Alexander Guerrero wrote: Anyoneo who uses acrobat reader to read PDF documents, in the near future will enjoy the need to reverse the proces, that is to convert PDF to word and other way around. On leads to the other and you for Acrobat Destiller y Exchange and get the reader "free".