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Viewing PDF Files
PDF is a file format created by Adobe Systems Inc. which allows Daily Encouragement Net to share documents in the exact format they were created in. On Daily Encouragement Net I use .pdf to share my photography with you. I do so because it allows me to:
1) Share a high resolution photo.
2) With the accompanying Scripture I placed on it using graphic design software.
3) That should print out exactly as I designed it.
I am working on a method to share a small sample thumbprint of these photos that will load very quickly regardless of the type of connection you have but still haven’t figured this out as I am very technically challenged!
If you have a high speed internet connection these photos should load very fast. If you have a dial-up connection they will load much slower depending on your connection speed and the size of the file. However with a decent connection they should still load in less than 5 minutes. (On more recent photos I am working on lowering the resolution to find an acceptable balance between file size and picture quality.)
This quote is from Adobe's Web site:
PDF is an acronym for "Portable Document Format." PDF is a file format created by Adobe that lets you view and print a file exactly as the author designed it, without needing to have the same application or fonts used to create the file. Since its introduction in 1993, PDF has become an Internet standard for electronic distribution that faithfully preserves the look and feel of the original document complete with fonts, colors, images, and layout.
In order to view PDF files, you need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. (Most recent computers have this software preloaded.) Acrobat Reader is free to download and install. Just follow this link:
Once Acrobat Reader is installed, you may need to configure your web browser so it uses Reader to display PDF files. To find out if this is necessary, click on a link for a PDF file. If the browser tells you that an application to read the file is not available, you will need to configure your browser.
When a PDF file is first accessed through Microsoft Internet Explorer, there will be a query for the location of the application to read it. Once you have located Acrobat Reader, you can specify that this application should always be used for this type of file.
In Netscape, go to the Edit menu and select 'Preferences', then select 'Applications' from the 'Navigator' category. If the PDF filetype is not shown on the list that appears, add it to the list by clicking the 'New' button, identifying the mime type as 'application/pdf', browsing to locate the Acrobat Reader application, and then clicking 'OK'.
If you are unable to configure your browser, you can save the file from your browser and use Acrobat Reader to open it later.
DISCLAIMER: This information is provided for your convenience only. Daily Encouragement Net does not distribute, support, or endorse Adobe Systems Inc. or any of its products, including Acrobat Reader. All inquiries for technical support for Adobe Acrobat Reader should be directed to Adobe Systems Inc.
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