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Windows 7: How to cut the lines of a pdf file


05 Mar 2014   #11

x64 (6.3.9600) Win8.1 Pro & soon dual boot x64 (6.1.7601) Win7_SP1 HomePrem
 
 

Great news Kurdman,

The link I posted for Nitro was for the free reader, I'm guessing that you opted to use the full Nitro PDF application (noted Pro in your post). I understand why, it just wasn't what I recommended.

I hope that you elected the trial of Nitro PDF Pro when you downloaded it and did not purchase it. I rarely, if ever, recommend that a member purchase an application when there is a viable free version.

I could not find specific information on the Nitro trail, other than it being a 14 day trial. I don't know the mechanism Nitro uses at the end of the trail, but you should opt out of the trial before 14 days to avoid a charge.

Thanks Miles, I think your "free app" / "printer driver" post was more to the point. Most importantly, that was what helped Kurman resolve the thread.

Bill
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05 Mar 2014   #12

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Thanks Miles, I think your "free app" / "printer driver" post was more to the point. Most importantly, that was what helped Kurman resolve the thread.

Bill
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Thanks for the kind words.
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06 Mar 2014   #13

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Slartybart View Post
that was what helped Kurman resolve the thread..
I only searched on freebsd website and found the desired pdf book. But I completely appreciate the responses of all you had for helping me.
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06 Mar 2014   #14

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kurdman View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Slartybart View Post
that was what helped Kurman resolve the thread..
I only searched on freebsd website and found the desired pdf book. But I completely appreciate the responses all of you had for helping me.
There you go Bill. The system stopped you from Repping me or a reason. Damned AI.
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06 Mar 2014   #15

x64 (6.3.9600) Win8.1 Pro & soon dual boot x64 (6.1.7601) Win7_SP1 HomePrem
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MilesAhead View Post
There you go Bill. The system stopped you from Repping me for a reason. Damned AI.
Miles: These things are getting way too smart! Now if only there were a way to get machines to work in a logical manner.

Take my bank for instance, it processes payments before transfers... that always makes the account short of funds and the bank automatically transfers money to cover it (for an overdraft protection fee, of course). When my transfer to cover the payment is processed next, I have excess funds in the account (always good to have excess funds). I have to call the bank, request that the fee be waived and the excess funds be returned to the other account. Sheesh!

It is logical of course, if the bank wants to generate revenue through fees, but I think it's almost criminal.

It might be standard accounting practices to process payments first, I forget.

Anyway.... I still appreciate your clarity.


Kurdman: there always are more than one way to solve an issue. I'm glad you found one that satisfies your requirements. If in the future you need to convert a different document, you have a good basis in Miles' suggestions to process that document. There are some good PDF readers out there that do more than Adobe reader (plus they all seem to be light weight - less than Adobe).

I was helping on a different thread (unrelated to PDfs actually) where members offered what they used - I'll see if I can locate that thread, it had a good list of PDF readers with some explanation of the features and functionality.

Other than that, if you're satisfied with the solution you found, please mark the thread as solved - thanks.

Bill
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06 Mar 2014   #16

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

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Take my bank for instance, it processes payments before transfers
Yeah. I remember being quite peeved how they work that angle. Now with all the electronic money what I want to know is, why is it a "business day" when I buy something(the amount is pulled from my account instantly) but it's not a "business day" when I deposit some money? (Nothing is ever added to my account on the weekend.) For example if I transfer some money to my ATM card today, I won't be able to access it until Monday.

Edit: I think this phenomenon is called "float." The buoyancy somehow always works in the bank's favor.
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