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Topic: Viewing PDFs in Apple's Mac OS X Mail
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 94190
From: kfoss
Date: 8/12/2003 05:33 PM

Apple recently posted a new tech support document explaining
-- sort of -- how its OS X-based Mail application handles
PDFs attached to email messages. The answer is: It depends!
But at least it displays PDF content within the application
under certain circumstances, which we demonstrate. That's
more than one can currently accomplish in a Web browser
running on OS X, despite official releases of both Adobe
Acrobat 6 and Apple's Safari browser 1.0, as we detail in
our Planet PDF Weblog for Tuesday.

http://www.planetpdf.com/mainpage.asp?webpageid=2002

rgds ~ Kurt
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Kurt Foss | Editor, Planet PDF


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