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Re: XSL specification

From: Stephen Deach <sdeach@Adobe.COM>
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2000 16:14:19 -0800
Message-Id: <3.0.5.32.20000216161419.01187650@mail-321>
To: "Roger Neate" <alpha-dog@arfarfarf.com>, <xsl-editors@w3.org>
The XSL-WG has decided not to post alternate formats of interim WDs.
However, if you have Acrobat 4.0 (full version, will not work in
reader-only), 
  go to the file menu, 
  select "Open Web Page" and follow the prompts 
    (entering the http://www.w3.org/TR/xsl at the appropriate place).

  The resultant PDF can then be saved on your machine.

If you don't have a full version of Acrobat 4.0, you can go to
www.adobe.com and follow the instructions to post it to our "Create PDF"
server, which will nicely convert it to PDF and return it to you.

One bug in both methods: The page headers and footers are quite close to
the edge of the page and are often clipped when printing the document,
unless you select "Shrink to fit page" when printing from Acrobat.

---SDeach


At 14:08 2000-02-16 -0800, Roger Neate wrote:
>How can one obtain a PostScript or PDF copy of the current XSL working
>draft? I've been able to obtain them for the XML Specification in the past,
>but can't seem to find the XSL Spec in a format other than the HTML at
>http://www.w3org/TR/xsl. Thanks if you can be of help.
>
>Roger Neate
>Resource Facility for Population Kinetics
>Bioengineering
>University of Washington
>
>
>

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