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in Adobe Acrobat PDF and TIFF graphic file formats. Please see information below describing authorized use of these files and instructions on how to obtain the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
|Copyreading symbols ||127k file in Adobe Acrobat 2.1 format shows copy editing symbols for use in editing manuscript drafts.
|Proofreading symbols ||132k file in Adobe Acrobat 2.1 format shows proofreading symbols for use when proofing page layouts and printing proofs.
|EditPros brochure ||A four-page profile summarizing the services provided by EditPros; 321k file in Adobe Acrobat format.
|Marti and Jeff |
Echoes of the Sixties photo
|Marti Smiley Childs and Jeff March with a 1960s-era phonograph surrounded by 45 RPM records of the day. 527k TIFF grayscale photo, 200 dpi, created in Adobe Photoshop.
|Marti and Jeff |
|High-resolution photo of Marti Smiley Childs and Jeff March. 377k TIFF created in Adobe Photoshop.
|Marti and Jeff |
|High-resolution vignetted photo of Marti Smiley Childs and Jeff March. 216k TIFF created in Adobe Photoshop.
|Printing specification form ||A handy form you can use to obtain comparative quotations for offset printing jobs from commercial printers; 2k file in Adobe Acrobat format.
The text-oriented download items on this page (copyreading symbols, proofreading symbols and printing specification form), courtesy of EditPros marketing communications, may be freely distributed only if the EditPros nameplate is retained.
TECHNICAL NOTES: Adobe Acrobat files require Adobe Acrobat Reader, which may be downloaded free of charge in Macintosh or Windows versions at the Adobe Web site. Acrobat may be used in conjunction with your web browser to view Acrobat PDF (portable document format) files. To do so, you can either:
1. Use Acrobat Reader as a "helper application" for Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer or other browser; or
2. Use the "PDFViewer" plug-in with Netscape Navigator.
You must configure your web browser to work properly with Acrobat Reader. Once you've done so, you'll be able to view, save and print Acrobat files.
Configuring Netscape Navigator
- The Acrobat installer normally places the "PDFViewer" plug-in within the "Netscape Navigator Folder." If it's not there, drag "PDFViewer" from the Acrobat folder to the Navigator "Plug-ins" folder.
- Start Netscape Navigator.
- Under Navigator's "Options" Menu, click "General Preferences."
- Click the "Helpers" tab.
- Scroll through the list of file formats to "portable document format" or ".pdf" or "application/pdf" and click the "Edit" Button. If ".pdf" is not listed, click the "New" button to create a ".pdf" listing.
- Set the MIME type to "application/pdf" and designate ".pdf" as the suffix.
- To view files within Navigator, click the "Plug-in" button and select "PDFViewer" from the list; or
To view files using Acrobat Reader, click the "Application" button, then the "Browse" button; locate Acrobat Reader on your disk and click the "OK" button.
Configuring Microsoft Internet Explorer
- After launching Internet Explorer, click on the "Edit" menu and select "Options".
- Select "Helpers" from the buttons at the left. Doing so will produce a list of file types on the right. From that list, choose "PDF Files" and click the "Edit" button.
- Alongside the "PDF Files" or "Portable Document Format" listing, set the "MIME Type" to "application/pdf" and "Suffixes" or "Extension" to ".pdf".
- Set "Encoding" to "Binary" by clicking the proper button.
- Alongside "Helper Application" click the "Choose" button, locate Acrobat Reader and click the "Select" button. The "File Type" should indicate "PDF".
- Alongside "How to Handle" select "Use a Helper Application" or "Save as a File" from the pop-up menu.