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Adobe Acrobat Reader v. 3.01 for Windows Updated: 10 June, 1997
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Table of Contents

This document contains the following sections:

Overview
System Requirements
Choosing Which Installer to Use
Acrobat Reader v. 3.01 [Changes from v. 3.0]
Viewing PDF within Web Browsers
Other Known Issues
Adobe Acrobat Reader - Platforms, Availability, and Redistribution
Technical Support
Known Problems and Issues
Installation Issues
Web Browser Issues
General Issues
Printing Issues
Reader with Search

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Overview

This Read Me file contains last-minute product information for the Adobe Acrobat Reader v. 3.01 for Microsoft Windows 3.1, Microsoft Windows 95, and Microsoft Windows NT.

For full instructions on using the Acrobat Reader please see the Acrobat Reader 3.0 Online Guide, which can be found in the file READER.PDF in the Help folder which is in the same folder as the Acrobat Reader. When using Acrobat Reader, selecting the Help * Reader Online Guide menu will open READER.PDF automatically.

Adobe encourages you to register as an Acrobat Reader user; letting us know who you are helps us continue to provide you with better products, better service, and the most up-to-date information on Adobe Acrobat. If you have not already registered, please do so at
http://www.adobe.com/acrobat/register.html

To view the latest information on Acrobat, please go to:
http://www.adobe.com/acrobat/

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System Requirements

- x86-based personal computer (386 minimum; 486, Pentium, or Pentium Pro recommended)
- Microsoft Windows 3.1, Microsoft Windows for Workgroups, Microsoft Windows 95,
Microsoft Windows NT 3.5.1 or 4.0
- 4 MB application RAM
- 5 MB hard disk space, plus 7 MB additional temporary disk space available during installation
- For viewing PDF files inside of a Web browser:
Netscape Navigator 3.0 or later (3.0.1 or later recommended)
including the Netscape Navigator 4.0 component of Netscape Communicator 4.0
or Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0 or later.
(Netscape Navigator 2.0.2 can also be used with limitations; e.g. it will not allow you to submit a
PDF form. You may also be able to use other Web browsers that FULLY support the Netscape
APIs.)

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Choosing Which Installer to Use

The 32-bit Acrobat Reader installer (e.g., ar32e301.exe) will install the 32-bit Acrobat Reader on Microsoft Windows 95 or Microsoft Windows NT 3.5.1 or 4.0.

The 16-bit Acrobat Reader installer (e.g., ar16e301.exe) will install the 16-bit Acrobat Reader on Microsoft Windows 3.1 or Microsoft Windows for Workgroups.

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Acrobat Reader v. 3.01 -- Viewing PDF within Web Browsers

Netscape Communicator
PDF files can be viewed in the Netscape Navigator 4.0 component of Netscape Communicator 4.0.

Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer
When viewing PDF documents within a Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer window, Acrobat v. 3.01 adds some new functionality:

The following tools have been added to the Acrobat Toolbar displayed when viewing PDF files inside the Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer window:

- A "copy" tool, which appears to the left of the "hand" tool; it\'s icon shows two pages (a page and its copy)
- A "select text" tool, which appears to the right of the "zoom out" (magnifying glass minus) tool; its icon shows the letters "abc" in a selection box
- A "find" tool, which appears to the right of the "fit width" tool; its icon is a pair of binoculars
- A "find again" tool, which appears to the right of the "find" tool; its icon is a small pair of binoculars under a curved arrow

When viewing PDF documents within a browser window...

To copy text (for pasting elsewhere):
- click on the "select text" tool
- select the desired text
- click on the "copy" tool
- when you are done selecting text, click on the "hand" button to return to browsing

To find a text string
- click on the "find" tool
- enter the desired text in the Find dialog
- click on the Find dialog\'s "Find" button
or
- click on the "find again" tool to find another occurrence of the text
Note: Finding text may take a while if pages in the PDF file must be retrieved from the Web server. During the find operation the Find dialog\'s "Cancel" button will not function. The find operation can be stopped using the escape key.

Select, Copy, Find, and Find Again must be done using the tools on the Acrobat toolbar. The "Copy", "Select All", and "Find..." menu items on your browser\'s "Edit" menu will not invoke the corresponding command on PDF documents.

In addition, Acrobat 3.01 enables basic keyboard navigation when viewing PDF files in the browser window using Netscape Navigator