Re: Submitting work on CD.

From: Phillip Murphy ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/16/05-12:07:49 PM Z
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PDF is a very good choice. You can simply layout your
images and type in Photoshop and "save as" a photoshop pdf.
Acrobat Reader has no problem reading photoshop pdfs.

Although Acrobat Reader is ubiquitous, I would include a copy
on the CD for the user to load on their computer if needed.
Adobe will grant you free licensing to do so.

Since you want to keep things simple, you may want to
try using FlashPaper, especially if you embed the FlashPaper
in an HTML document. Flash has approx. a 96% saturation
in the browser world so universal viewing is likely.
FlashPaper doesn't have all the bells and whistles like
PDF's, however, it works for most situation where you
need to present a document or image as it's original design

all the best,


Ryuji Suzuki wrote:

> If PDF is acceptable I'd go with PDF.
> There are many free softwares that can create as well as view PDF
> files. So there are a number of ways to do this without paying for
> Adobe products. I routinely make scientific presentations using
> pdflatex and ppower4, which makes PDF files that open in full screen
> mode by default. Put it into an USB memory stick and I never had a
> problem with power point glitches. Plus these files are also printable
> as-is in virtually any platform.
Received on Sun Jan 16 12:15:14 2005

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