[REBOL] Re: Up-to-date PDF documentation
From: behrangsa::gmail::com at: 23-Apr-2007 8:31
The generated PDFs are quite good looking but honestly compared to the
old official PDF manuals, they are not as professional looking, which
is not surprising considering the fact that the old PDFs are created
with FrameMaker. Better than having nothing at hand, though.
On 4/22/07, Nick Antonaccio <nick1-musiclessonz.com> wrote:
> I have uploaded pdf versions of the absolute beginners tutorial and
> the concise version too:
> I use cutepdf from http://www.cutepdf.com/Products/CutePDF/writer.asp
> . It's free and it works well. Hope that helps :)
> Quoting Alan Crandall <alanore-comcast.net>:
> > On Friday 20 April 2007 22:28, Graham Chiu wrote:
> >> What would be good would be a link to a printable version of each page
> >> where the link generates the output of choice eg. html, postscript
> >> etc.
> >> On 4/21/07, Gregg Irwin <gregg-pointillistic.com> wrote:
> >> > Hi Behi,
> >> >
> >> > BS> The problem is that I am not very comfortable at reading lengthy
> >> > BS> documents on screen and usually print out documents and read them o
> >> > BS> paper. The printed HTML docs usually have ugly layouts, etc. Any
> >> > ideas BS> for a quality printable manual?
> >> >
> > OK I am not working now and will "try" to use Open Office to open the
> > html files I have and convert to pdf or strip out the html and open the te
> > doc and import into page maker and save as pdf
> > other ideas welcomed
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