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    Huh, well I did not know about this but it seems to have options for those...

    Adobe Acrobat Pro X..

    acrobat-dwg.jpg
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    And it's only $450!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StykFacE View Post
    And it's only $450!!
    lol, Well I didn't say it was free
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    Yeah I know but the guy I quoted said "Adobe PDF". I wonder what he means by that. I wonder if it's Adobe Acrobat Standard/Pro, or Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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    Registered forum members do not see this ad.

    Yeah, lots of users confuse the reader program to full Acrobat.
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