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*Mark McDonough
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New Features of 7, a better PDF

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11-09-2004 01:23 PM
Is there a "What's New in Revit 7.0" PDF that'll actually opens in a reasonable amount of time, and doesn't require many minutes for some of the thumbnails to open. The PDF is excruciatingly slow to scroll and nearly useless in its current form. -- Mark McDonough Sasaki Associates http://www.sasaki.com
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Re: New Features of 7, a better PDF

11-09-2004 01:30 PM in reply to: *Mark McDonough
why don't you just download the pdf, I had no issues with it.
*Mark McDonough
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Re: New Features of 7, a better PDF

11-09-2004 02:10 PM in reply to: *Mark McDonough
I did download it. It's excruciatingly slow to scroll, and eventually comes up with a "program not responding" message. I'm using Acrobat Reader 5. What are you using. -- Mark McDonough Sasaki Associates http://www.sasaki.com "sdbrown" wrote in message news:14169634.1100035831100.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > why don't you just download the pdf, I had no issues with it.
*Clyne Curtis
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Re: New Features of 7, a better PDF

11-09-2004 02:15 PM in reply to: *Mark McDonough
Acrobat 6.0 here...no problems at all. Clyne Curtis Brigham Young University "Mark McDonough" wrote in message news:4191404a_3@newsprd01... >I did download it. It's excruciatingly slow to scroll, and eventually comes > up with a "program not responding" message. I'm using Acrobat Reader 5. > What are you using. > > -- > > Mark McDonough > Sasaki Associates > http://www.sasaki.com > > "sdbrown" wrote in message > news:14169634.1100035831100.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... >> why don't you just download the pdf, I had no issues with it. > >
*Mark McDonough
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Re: New Features of 7, a better PDF

11-09-2004 02:24 PM in reply to: *Mark McDonough
I just opened the PDF again, and went to the document summary. It is a PDF created with version 6... that's why (I suppose) that it chokes when attempting to view it with Acrobat Reader 5. When I try to do a word search in the PDF, it locks up the prgram and issues the "program not responding" error. -- Mark McDonough Sasaki Associates http://www.sasaki.com "Clyne Curtis" wrote in message news:41914194$1_1@newsprd01... > Acrobat 6.0 here...no problems at all. > > Clyne Curtis > Brigham Young University
*Mark McDonough
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Re: New Features of 7, a better PDF

11-09-2004 02:42 PM in reply to: *Mark McDonough
Nevermind. I downloaded and installed Acrobat Reader 6.0.1, and the PDF now works properly (albeit, it's still a bit slow), and I was able to do a word find on it. It would be nice if the Revit downloads page said something more than: "PDF files require the Adobe® Acrobat® reader. " and instead said: "PDF files require the Adobe® Acrobat® reader 6.0 or higher" -- Mark McDonough Sasaki Associates http://www.sasaki.com "Mark McDonough" wrote in message news:41914397$1_3@newsprd01... > I just opened the PDF again, and went to the document summary. It is a PDF > created with version 6... that's why (I suppose) that it chokes when > attempting to view it with Acrobat Reader 5. When I try to do a word search > in the PDF, it locks up the prgram and issues the "program not responding" > error. > > -- > > Mark McDonough > Sasaki Associates > http://www.sasaki.com > > "Clyne Curtis" wrote in message > news:41914194$1_1@newsprd01... > > Acrobat 6.0 here...no problems at all. > > > > Clyne Curtis > > Brigham Young University > >
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