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acroread (version 7.01)

Acrobat Reader is part of the Adobe Acrobat family of software, which lets you view, distribute, and print documents in Portable Document Format (PDF)--regardless of the computer, operating system, fonts, or application used to create the original file. PDF files retain all the formatting, fonts, and graphics of the original document, and virtually any PostScript(TM) document can be converted into a PDF file. PDF files can be created using the Acrobat Distiller(TM) program; on Macintosh(R) and Windows(R) systems, they can also be created using the Acrobat PDF Writer printer driver. On all platforms, you can use Acrobat Exchange to enhance PDF files with links and bookmarks and to make PDF files display quicker over the World Wide Web.

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