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HI Bill

Here's a small show and tell, how to capture anything you can see in Adobe.
So you can upload it to the forum or email it..

Plus here's free program to rework the files
http://www.irfanview.com/


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Good Tip Bob!
Very few people have the full blown version of Acrobat.
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HI Gerry

Thanks
All that's needed is the ver.7.0 free on the NET

http://www.download.com/Adobe-Reader...dlPid=10859838

http://www.adobe.com/support/downloa...ows&product=10
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Very few people have the full blown version of Acrobat.
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Yes the reader is free not the full blown version. You can get up to version 9 free now.

http://get.adobe.com/reader/thankyou/?item_reader=860

Version 9 has adobe air which lets you create pdf's online, its pretty neat. It uses acrobat.com and a graphical interface to make and convert all the docs.

https://acrobat.com/#/connectnow/ConnectNowBegin

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InfranView is a nice little program. Used that for years now. For a little more flexability (what't that old line about give a man enough rope...) you can use The Gimp (www.gimp.org) for photo editing.

Free to use but with some very specialized exceptions, you are limited to 8-bit color (ie 24 bits per pixel) with The Gimp. For the average user this isn't an issue.
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Thanks for the lesson Bj, by sheer coincidence I downloaded version this morning.

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You can also click and drag the cursors X-hair over the image, go to edit and copy to clipboard then go to whatever imaging or word processing software you have and paste.

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Hi all,

I have Adobe Acrobat version 9.0 and it no longer has the little cammera icon for capturing to the clicpboard. You can still do this, however by clicking on edit and scrolling sown to "Capture to Clipboard"

If you already have the cheap version of Photoshop (elements), like I do, you can open any acrobat (.pdf) file and then simply crop what you want and save it for uploading.

I have also downloaded a free print driver called pdf995 which allows you to print anything to a .pdf file. Which then can be opened as Bob said or cropped in Elements, saved and uploaded.

Anyways - have fun.
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I still use 8, but try tools/customize tool bars/scroll down to the bottom of Select&Zoom it might be there in 9

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