Re: navigating through the intel manuals using adobe reader:quick question

I would actually generally just use PDF2TXT to strip such a manual into a text file, since then it's easy enough to use notepad or edsharp to read, search, etc. etc. the contents thereof.


I think you can also just send a PDF file to edsharp, to do a simple conversion for you, or even save it from within acrobat itself as a text file - unless it's protected/needs a password to read it etc.

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----- Original Message ----- From: "Littlefield, Tyler" <tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Sunday, April 10, 2011 4:26 PM
Subject: navigating through the intel manuals using adobe reader:quick question


Hello all:
I am trying to work through the intel manuals which are PDF files. I'm having a problem because the contents are not links, and when I want to go to a section I see like 6-2, where a page number should be. Is there a way using jaws or a tool in adobe that would allow me to go to a specific topic?

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Thanks,
Ty

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