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Topic: Acrobat Reader 2.0 (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 40298
From: size
Date: 5/14/2002 08:27 PM

>> CCITTFaxDecode was a part of PDF 1.0, so in principle it can be opened by
Reader 2.0, which can open PDF 1.0 or PDF 1.1.
>> But - and this is important - there is no such thing as a PDF containing
ONLY an image. There will also be page contents, and they >> may be
incompatible with Acrobat 2 (e.g. if FlateDecode is used). You have to look
at the whole file, not just elements.

Yes, i know this and i meant this. Do you think that if i create a PDF with
a CCITT G4 Image as the only resource, a page content that displays it and
set the PDF rev 1.0 Acrobat Reader 2.0 can open it? Anydoby out there has
got a copy of that Acrobat reader Release?


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