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    Default Adobe Acrobat

    Anyone know where I can find one?

    The latest Acrobat Professional demo isn't available for Windows 98.

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    Woops... sorry:

    Program Name: Adobe Acrobat Professional (Limited-Day Trial)
    Website: http://www.adobe.com/
    Current version: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobatpro/main.html
    Desired versions: Any one that runs on Windows 98
    Description: Allows editing of PDF Acrobat Reader files.

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    Originally posted by Adobe@May 5 2004, 03:09 PM
    Anyone know where I can find one?

    The latest Acrobat Professional demo isn't available for Windows 98.
    perhaps not available at all for windows 98, minimum system requirements,

    Microsoft® Windows NT® Workstation 4.0 with Service Pack 6, Windows® 2000 Professional with Service Pack 2, Windows XP Professional or Home Edition, or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition

    Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01

    64MB of RAM (128MB recommended)

    245MB of available hard-disk space

    1,024x768 screen resolution

    CD-ROM drive
    if adobe dont have it then most likely no one does,

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    Why use a DEMO when you can try a freeware or shareware title which can do the same. Here are a few freeware & sharware titles which should hadle the tasks as easily.
    • pdf995
      is a complete solution for your document publishing needs. It provides ease of use, flexibility in format, and industry-standard security- and all at no cost to you. Pdf995 makes it easy and affordable to create professional-quality documents in the popular PDF file format. Its easy-to-use interface helps you to create PDF files by simply selecting the "print" command from any application, creating documents which can be viewed on any computer with a PDF viewer.
    • HTMLDOC
      Converts HTML files to PDF or PostScript
      http://www.easysw.com/htmldoc/software.php is the Freeware win95 version
    • Click to Convert
      provides a quick, easy and affordable way to create and share PDF or HTML files from virtually any document or application.
    • text2pdf
    • Jaws PDF Creator
      provides an affordable and reliable means of creating PDF files from virtually any document in any application.
    • PDF4Free (FREEWARE)
      PDF4Free creates PDF files from any Windows application running on Windows NT (SP3+), Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.
    • FreeDIST
      The Freeware equivalent of Adobe distiller. Drop your postscriptfiles in a "watched" folder and the PDF files will roll out automatically. It can also append multiple existing PDF files or postscriptfiles into 1 multipage PDF. FreeDist is a frontend for the wellknown Ghostscript
    • visual txt2pdf

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    Thank you for your help! I'm trying to help a friend obtain a Fulbright scholarship -- he's from the poorest country in the western hemisphere (Haiti&#33 and currently staying with my family. So your help is very appreciated.

    See, I'm trying to fill out the PDF application form found at:
    http://www.iie.org/Content/NavigationMenu/...cation_page.htm

    Unfortunately, the Word format application is intolerable and sloppy. :unsure: I've tried the free PDF editors out there... I've also tried converting the PDF by extracting the text, etc.


    Thanks again

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    2 things you could try. On a previous thread, a poster had asked for an older version of cutepdf, which allows one to fill out interactive pdf forms. This might just be what your looking for. can try the homepage and try a latest version.
    http://www.oldversion.com/talk/index.php?a...2302&hl=cutepdf

    Have you tried converting the pdf back to a postscript for editing it?
    Since you make mention of the word format, you could try a Free word replacement application also.
    • Abiword
      AbiWord is a free word processing program similar to Microsoft® Word. It is suitable for typing papers, letters, reports, memos, and so forth

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    i cant find an old version of adobe acrobat.
    anyone know where?

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    I have the following in my backup drive pick on let me know and I send it to you by email

    Ac705RdP_efgj.exe
    AcroReader51_ENU_full.exe
    AdbeRdr60_DLM_enu_full.exe
    AdbeRdr60_enu_full.exe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windows 98SE
    I have the following in my backup drive pick on let me know and I send it to you by email
    The requester, I believe, is asking for Adobe Acrobat, not Adobe Acrobat Reader. Acrobat creates PDF's. While the reader just allows one to view them.

    As I mentioned in the above posts, there are already good alternatives to Acrobat.

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    Program Name: Adobe Acrobat Professional (Limited-Day Trial)
    Website: http://www.adobe.com/
    Current version: http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobatpro/main.html
    Desired versions: 5.0, or any that works with Windows 98
    Description: Allows editing/creating of PDF Acrobat Reader files.

    Thanks a lot.


 

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