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Topic: No color no photos no graphics
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 73267
From: dickhata
Date: 10/1/2002 12:18 AM

I'm the President of an Association which opened its new web-site with a newsletter on it. My son, who lives in another city, is the managing the site, knows PDF plus and is quite literate with computers as a Ad. agency network Manager.

I'm complaining that I'm not seeing the newsletter in color nor am I seeing any photos or graphics. He says I'm color blind or my computer isn't setup correctly.

I have Adobe 5.0, I'm 68 years old, have been computing for ten years but granted not technically advanced and do forget.

Can you give any Dear Abby advice to me. I don't want to give up my son.

PS. The rest of the site looks great, take a look..canobielake.org

Family problems in NH

dickhata@aol.com


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