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February 21, 2008

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I often wax lyrical about PDF. It's a reliable way to distribute documents without worries of missing fonts or changing page margins. It's not exactly open in the opensource sense of the word, but it works well enough for me. [Read More]

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hey thanks for the note jason! i hope you find it useful. after installed on vista it also serves as a previewer in windows explorer as well.

i switched! uninstalled adobe reader/acrobat from my machine.

an alternative is to remove unnecessary plugins from Acrobat. speed improves heaps and you don't have re-educate your users.

I switched to the Reader a while back and I love it. I try to get clients to use it as much as possible too. Adobe Updates are my worst nightmare. Glad you are enjoying Foxit too.

Thanks for the tip, will take a look for our downloads section.
Tim

you have any issues w/ printing? im using the free version. i printed multiple copies of a multiple page document. and it printed twice as many pages as i needed.

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