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HPInternet: Search Adobe PDF online

By now, most of us have heard of the Adobe Acrobat files with the extension "PDF." I used to think that acronym stood for "pretty damn fine," because the files were just that. Later I l..

Crowley, B., Competitive Analysis Technologies

By now, most of us have heard of the Adobe Acrobat files with the extension "PDF." I used to think that acronym stood for "pretty damn fine," because the files were just that. Later I learned that it translates as "portable document format," which means that the original format is retained across uploads, downloads and browsers, etc. If you haven't used this fantastic Internet tool, you are missing a whole part of what makes the Web so good and informative. Simply stated, Adobe allows you to convert almost any type of document and view it, just as you prepared it and wanted it to be seen, regardless of the browser or screen r

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