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From: "David Brown" <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Adobe Acrobat...?
Date: Tue, 4 Nov 2003 14:23:06 -0000
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I have a .pdf document on my website
( and it
displays with no problems. The problem might lie with the adobe plugin for
your browser. If you send me URL of where you think the page should be I
will try it.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jennifer McKemie (by way of Pat Asher <>)"
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 1:25 PM
Subject: [FreeHelp] Adobe Acrobat...?

> Hello,
> On my site, I display lots of source material and transcribed
> documents. Recently I have had a problem turn up a couple of times and
> wonder if anyone here can offer some advice on how to go on.
> I am receiving Adobe Acrobat documents. I have the reader installed on my
> computer, so I can look at them, but I can't put them online (Not a
> supported format at Rootsweb, I imagine--which is not a complaint, as I
> LOVE Rootsweb) and I can't seem to save them in any other format (I'm not
> all that computer-literate, so if there is a way to do so and then upload
> them tot he site, I'd love to know it!).
> What are my options? I've asked one person to send me the files in
> format, but she never has. I think its a matter of convenience. However,
> I would like to make as many MCK documents and images available as
> possible, you know, so don't want to bug her or be what she might concieve
> as demanding.
> Is there some utility I can download to transfer Adobe Acrobat files into
> jpeg or gif or some other form of usable file?
> Is there another way of getting around this?
> Thanks so very, very much!!
> Jen
> Jennifer McKemie
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