Re: [stella] Questions..

Subject: Re: [stella] Questions..
From: "Joe Rolecci" <njbl00dline@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2001 02:28:25 +0000

Well, I am just wondering that if scanning in the pages into a .jpg or .gif is the right way to do things. Maybe someone else knows this, so I can scan them in now, return the books, and then make PDF later.

I can get access to a full PDF program from my friends work to use.

>From: Mark De Smet
>Reply-To: stella@xxxxxxxxxxx
>To: stella@xxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Re: [stella] Questions..
>Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 19:53:48 -0500 (CDT)
> > Now onto the Atari questions... first, I got both books Machine Language
> > For Beginners and The Second Book Of Machine Language by Richard Mansfield.
> > I have the first book about half scanned into my machine.. how do I import
> > them into Adobe Acrobat or should I be scanning through Acrobat?! I have
> > never made a PDF before.
>I don't know the full answer to your question, but I can add a bit of
>info. First, you need the correct version of adobe software. The
>standard acrobat reader can only read files, not create. This is how
>adobe makes it's money: read free, creator very expensive. I don't have
>access to the full acrobat creator(I don't recall it's name), but I do
>have access to adobe distillor, which can create pdf's from postscript
>files. If you can get it to postscript, I can convert for you.(BTW, you
>can create postscript by setting up a postscript printer on your computer,
>and printing in it's format, and printing to file.)
>If someone knows that distillor can do more, please let me know, I only
>have used it on command line(unix) to create pdf from postscript.
>Archives (includes files) at
>Unsub & more at

Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at
- Archives (includes files) at Unsub & more at
Current Thread