Re: What is PDF? (Re: PRE)

John Xu (jxu@hamachi.epr.com)
Tue, 02 May 95 10:28:00 P


From: John Xu <jxu@hamachi.epr.com>
To: www-html <www-html@www10.w3.org>
Subject: RE: What is PDF? (Re: PRE)
Date: Tue, 02 May 95 10:28:00 P
Message-Id: <2FA65DBB@hamachi>


PDF stands for Portable Document Format. It's a specification by Adobe.

There are couple of viewers for the PDF files: AcroBat Reader and Acrobat 
Exchange.
The current Acrobat Exchange has a plug in to support Hyperlink with the 
help of Netscape
client program.

You can get more information by connecting to http://www.adobe.com

John
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From: www-html
To: Multiple recipients of list
Subject: What is PDF? (Re: PRE)
Date: Monday, May 01, 1995 9:15AM

> Yes you can  control the spacing. But not  if you use HTML.  HTML is a
> content markup language *NOT* a text  setting system. If you insist on
> double spacing, pick  one of the many languages which  allow you that;
> to mention a few: PDF, PostScript and (La)TeX.

What is ``PDF''?  I've heard that it's a Web formatting language.
Where can I get more information about it?  Thanks in advance.

Noritoshi Demizu, OMRON Corporation