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Old 11-10-2008, 20:02   #1
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Confused Can I view Acrobat Reader documents on my D2?

Can I view Acrobat Reader documents on my D2? If not, how would I go about converting them? Any answers appreciated.
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The short answer is no...

You could convert them to text, but that would mean missing out on some features...Like pictures and such...
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Great.. The document I wanted was mostly pictures. Any way to take the pictures and convert them to J-peg or such without individually saving each one?
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Great.. The document I wanted was mostly pictures. Any way to take the pictures and convert them to J-peg or such without individually saving each one?
If you have Adobe professional you can save the whole PDF document as a jpg.

Just open the pdf file and then select File > Save As and then select Save As Type: JPEG (*.jpg, *.jpeg, *.jpe)

That should save your PDF document as a picture. Not sure what it will look like on the D2.

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