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Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 120855
From: byron_friday
Date: 10/25/2004 08:52 AM

I'm working on a PDF news letter/zine- most people who open a PDF document are over whelmed by the number of tool icons (viewing control options) that are placed all over Adobe Acrobat reader.

How can you set the preferences- minimize and get rid of the unwanted tools bars and options?

Do I have to set these preferences in Acrobat when I am producing/drafting the master doc?

Is it possible to set the preferences in Acrobat Reader- so that I can only show a selected few tools bar options? In other words have more control?

I want to prevent confusion with a new PDF user.

Perhaps some of you may know of some where on this site or another website that has already addressed this subject?

Thanks so much for your help.
Byronious

www.bmxclub.com


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