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  • Question

  • By: deebs

    Hi - I may have faux pas'd in the sense that i discovered the 6 Expression
    lessons and in IE tried to convert to PDF (the PDF toolbar had evaporated?)

    Anyway, I found File > Edit in Microsoft Word and it did indeed open each
    lesson in lovely HTML-less format but with a drawback: text was in TNR.

    So, I managed to convert to Tahoma using font size 11 and saved lessons 1
    and 2 before Word would not allow me to do anymore.

    1 - Should I delete them from my computer?

    2 - any chance of the original lessons being made available in PDF format
    for downloading?

    in confusion

    deebs

    Tuesday, February 19, 2008 12:46 AM
    Moderator

Answers

  • By: Annie

    Are you referring to the lessons on my web site? (www.studioe3.com) If so,
    are you wanting to convert them to pdf for printing purposes? I can convert
    them to pdf using the button on my IE 6 (it didn't disappear like yours did)
    tomorrow. (I'm reading today.) Before I do this, you might try and get the
    Acrobat button on you IE to see if you can convert them yourself.

    In IE6, choose Tools > Internet Options. Click the Advanced tab and look for
    a box labeled "Enable third-party browser extensions [requires restart]" and
    put a check mark in that box. When you re-start IE you should see your
    Acrobat button (hopefully).

    I'll wait to hear from you on this.

    --
    Annie
    Beta Coordinator
    a-annief(at)microsoft(dot)com
    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


    "deebs" <spoofed@spooked.com> wrote in message
    news:773F1E24-0062-435E-AE47-896D837F2ABB@microsoft.com...
    > Hi - I may have faux pas'd in the sense that i discovered the 6 Expression
    > lessons and in IE tried to convert to PDF (the PDF toolbar had
    > evaporated?)
    >
    > Anyway, I found File > Edit in Microsoft Word and it did indeed open each
    > lesson in lovely HTML-less format but with a drawback: text was in TNR.
    >
    > So, I managed to convert to Tahoma using font size 11 and saved lessons 1
    > and 2 before Word would not allow me to do anymore.
    >
    > 1 - Should I delete them from my computer?
    >
    > 2 - any chance of the original lessons being made available in PDF format
    > for downloading?
    >
    > in confusion
    >
    > deebs
    >
    >
    >

    Tuesday, February 19, 2008 12:47 AM
    Moderator

All replies

  • By: Annie

    Are you referring to the lessons on my web site? (www.studioe3.com) If so,
    are you wanting to convert them to pdf for printing purposes? I can convert
    them to pdf using the button on my IE 6 (it didn't disappear like yours did)
    tomorrow. (I'm reading today.) Before I do this, you might try and get the
    Acrobat button on you IE to see if you can convert them yourself.

    In IE6, choose Tools > Internet Options. Click the Advanced tab and look for
    a box labeled "Enable third-party browser extensions [requires restart]" and
    put a check mark in that box. When you re-start IE you should see your
    Acrobat button (hopefully).

    I'll wait to hear from you on this.

    --
    Annie
    Beta Coordinator
    a-annief(at)microsoft(dot)com
    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


    "deebs" <spoofed@spooked.com> wrote in message
    news:773F1E24-0062-435E-AE47-896D837F2ABB@microsoft.com...
    > Hi - I may have faux pas'd in the sense that i discovered the 6 Expression
    > lessons and in IE tried to convert to PDF (the PDF toolbar had
    > evaporated?)
    >
    > Anyway, I found File > Edit in Microsoft Word and it did indeed open each
    > lesson in lovely HTML-less format but with a drawback: text was in TNR.
    >
    > So, I managed to convert to Tahoma using font size 11 and saved lessons 1
    > and 2 before Word would not allow me to do anymore.
    >
    > 1 - Should I delete them from my computer?
    >
    > 2 - any chance of the original lessons being made available in PDF format
    > for downloading?
    >
    > in confusion
    >
    > deebs
    >
    >
    >

    Tuesday, February 19, 2008 12:47 AM
    Moderator
  • By: deebs

    Yes, indeed.

    Disbaled as part of support on this computer at the request of suppliers
    customer support service.

    Re-enable and change approved by MA Anti-Spyware beta

    d

    "Annie" wrote:

    > Are you referring to the lessons on my web site? (www.studioe3.com) If so,
    > are you wanting to convert them to pdf for printing purposes? I can convert
    > them to pdf using the button on my IE 6 (it didn't disappear like yours did)
    > tomorrow. (I'm reading today.) Before I do this, you might try and get the
    > Acrobat button on you IE to see if you can convert them yourself.
    >
    > In IE6, choose Tools > Internet Options. Click the Advanced tab and look for
    > a box labeled "Enable third-party browser extensions [requires restart]" and
    > put a check mark in that box. When you re-start IE you should see your
    > Acrobat button (hopefully).
    >
    > I'll wait to hear from you on this.
    >
    > --

    Tuesday, February 19, 2008 12:47 AM
    Moderator
  • By: Annie

    Good deal.

    --
    Annie
    Beta Coordinator
    a-annief(at)microsoft(dot)com
    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.


    "deebs" <spoofed@spooked.com> wrote in message
    news:0EB1C668-313F-4E27-AA54-6CA62B08C060@microsoft.com...
    > Yes, indeed.
    >
    > Disbaled as part of support on this computer at the request of suppliers
    > customer support service.
    >
    > Re-enable and change approved by MA Anti-Spyware beta
    >
    > d
    >
    > "Annie" wrote:
    >
    >> Are you referring to the lessons on my web site? (www.studioe3.com) If
    >> so,
    >> are you wanting to convert them to pdf for printing purposes? I can
    >> convert
    >> them to pdf using the button on my IE 6 (it didn't disappear like yours
    >> did)
    >> tomorrow. (I'm reading today.) Before I do this, you might try and get
    >> the
    >> Acrobat button on you IE to see if you can convert them yourself.
    >>
    >> In IE6, choose Tools > Internet Options. Click the Advanced tab and look
    >> for
    >> a box labeled "Enable third-party browser extensions [requires restart]"
    >> and
    >> put a check mark in that box. When you re-start IE you should see your
    >> Acrobat button (hopefully).
    >>
    >> I'll wait to hear from you on this.
    >>
    >> --
    >

    Tuesday, February 19, 2008 12:48 AM
    Moderator