Feedback: I gave up trying to work with a 32 page pdf image of a US patent. Smaller files work just fine. Perhaps you can place limits on how big a pdf you want to support and notify the user about it.

My EXCEL graphs were sparse: just the points, no lines. One graph (embedded I think) had wonky lines not related to the actual data points. Most of the annotations inside the graphs were missing. Line weight algorithms can be hell!

I can download pdf files for study and review in odd moments of free time. Can I directly read them with your package?

I guess I could just email them to myself, but this seems wasteful.

Suppose I am surfing and I run across a pdf or EXCEL graph. Can I directly capture it, etc.?

I draw the line on whippy EXCEL macros – they are dangerous, but I would like to be able to view graphs.

Mike Smith

doctor_neutron@yahoo.com

DoctorNeutron@vzw.blackberry.net

Nice Work!

]]>Feedback: I gave up trying to work with a 32 page pdf image of a US patent. Smaller files work just fine. Perhaps you can place limits on how big a pdf you want to support and notify the user about it.

My EXCEL graphs were sparse: just the points, no lines. One graph (embedded I think) had wonky lines not related to the actual data points. Most of the annotations inside the graphs were missing. Line weight algorithms can be hell!

I can download pdf files for study and review in odd moments of free time. Can I directly read them with your package?

I guess I could just email them to myself, but this seems wasteful.

Suppose I am surfing and I run across a pdf or EXCEL graph. Can I directly capture it, etc.?

I draw the line on whippy EXCEL macros – they are dangerous, but I would like to be able to view graphs.

Mike Smith

doctor_neutron@yahoo.com

DoctorNeutron@vzw.blackberry.net

Nice Work!

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