Actually, ".pdf" is the extension for Adobe Acrobat files. Adobe offers
free Acrobat Reader software for opening and reading .pdf files.
Peter Zaborski wrote:
> I think pdf stands for "portable data format" or some such thing. Yes
> you will have to "import" the file into another application. Most
> programs these days (at least most spreadsheet and database programs)
> should have no problems with this task.
> Keep in mind that the price list contains > 25000 items - some
> spreadsheets allow a max of 16000 rows. So make sure when you do the
> import your software can handle the number of items.
> (I use NT so I don't know about claris software, but if it comes with a
> db application, you should just try to look up importing in the help
> file, or just try to open the file you download with app - as opposed to
> opening the file directly).
> Peter Zaborski
> 76 TR6 (CF58310 UO)
> Calgary AB Canada
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Jeff Raymond [SMTP:email@example.com]
> > Sent: Saturday, February 14, 1998 10:06 AM
> > To: Paul Burr
> > Cc: triumph club
> > Subject: Re: TRF's price list.
> > Paul Burr wrote:
> > >
> > > Have any of you fellow Mac heads gotten the TRF price list to
> > function
> > > with ClarisWorks? Any hints welcomed!
> > I DOn't know about Claris Works (I Use an IBM clone) but in order to
> > view the pdf I had to import it into Excel. If you have a spreadsheet
> > you might be able to it work in it.
> > Jeff