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Mar 16, 2007 5:43 AM

I read in the FAQ that using Adobe acrobat - u can convert existing .pdf files to tagged ones so that I can use reflow on my 9300i. Is this straight forward? I read another posting which says this is difficult. Pse help
 
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    Mar 18, 2007 7:07 AM   in reply to (peteding)
    You can add tags to existing PDFs with Adobe Acrobat Professional. The quality of the results from automated tagging is a function (largely) of the document's layout. You can also use tagging tools in Acrobat Professional to correct and perfect the tags to create the desired effect in reflow.

    Duff Johnson
    Document Solutions, Inc.
    http://www.document-solutions.com
     
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    Mar 19, 2007 9:09 AM   in reply to (peteding)
    Adobe Acrobat Professional retails for $450. A very limited number of service bureaus can also perform this service on individual files.

    Duff Johnson
    Document Solutions, Inc.
    http://www.document-solutions.com
     
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    Sep 28, 2008 12:04 PM   in reply to (peteding)
    how to delete the files?
     
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    Oct 13, 2008 4:42 AM   in reply to (famri_ban)
    How to delete WHAT files?

    Aandi Inston
     
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    Dec 8, 2008 11:42 PM   in reply to (peteding)
    You can save all your money if you need only to read adobe pdf text content. That is, you do not bother about the images in your pdf file. Continue reading...

    After waiting for 2 years for adobe to solve the issue of viewing pdf file on my mobile phone, i come up with a fast and easy solution :) and it works very well for me on my nokia 6300 series 40.

    To easily read Adobe pdf on your mobile phone without scrolling left and right(Nokia series 40 and Symbian OS), you can copy and paste your pdf file into your note on your PC. Save as a text file and download to your mobile phone.

    You can use free Yong Reader to read the large text file quickly and simply. Yong Reader is available at http://www.doitech.com/reader .Alternatively, you can download it immediately by pointing your mobile browser to link http://www.doitech.com/r.jar
     
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    Jan 3, 2009 11:40 AM   in reply to (peteding)
    Just to update, i have a better way to view PDF as HTML on any phone browser. It does not need any installation!

    Online version of iReader works on any phone that comes with a web browser such as iPhone, Nokia or PocketPC. Conveniently, reading can be done offline as it automatically save on your phone! It will automatic bookmark upon exit too. To use iReader, go to http://www.doitech.com/iReader now!

    Enjoy! It is a beautiful world...
     
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    Feb 9, 2009 4:11 AM   in reply to (peteding)
    Hi everyone,

    Due to the overwhelming use of 100% free yong ireader (for reading adobe pdf text on mobile phone), i have shift the website to

    http://ireader.homeip.net - web-based version on iphone, nokia, pocketpc or any phone with a web browser

    and

    http://ireader.homeip.net/reader - device based installation only on nokia, LG, Samsung, Motorola or any phone with java ability.

    The site www.doitech.com/reader is not longer in use! Please do not hesitate to contact me via facebook or email if you need any assistance. Thank you very much!
     
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    Nov 14, 2012 8:04 AM   in reply to (yong54321)

    I use the integrate reader of my Symbian OS and it's works. Try to re-print the PDF for editing tags and zoom

     
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