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Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 121122
From: oldy99
Date: 10/28/2004 07:57 PM

hi, and I am just another newbie here.

I would like to create an eBook using Acrobat 6 Pro, and
there is tutorial on how to do it on Adobe eBook page.
It explains a great deal about Distiller, and my understanding is that I should play with "eBook" joboptions, - problem is
that tutorial is based on Acrobat 5, while the Acrobat 6 Pro does not seem to have eBook joboption : when I open distiller
the available settings are :
High Quality/PDFX1a/PDFX3/Press Quality/Smallest file size/Standard - no "eBook".
can someone kindly explain

would appreciate if apart fm posting to this forum someone
kindly sends a copy also to my email : oldy99@hot.ee

many thanks
oldy99


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