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Catrin Hughes asked about using Ventura to produce Adobe Acrobat PDF
I've talked to people who've done this successfully, but the only time
I tried with Corel Ventura 4.2, the special print-to-PostScript
routine for producing EPS files (which retains the indexing and
cross-referencing information) bombed on me. I haven't tried yet with
Whether the problem was with Ventura or with the chapter file I was
trying to process is not clear.
--George Hayhoe (george -dot- hayhoe -at- srs -dot- gov)
Assistant to the President for Recognition Programs, STC