Re: question about nitro pdf


I wouldn't bother to be honest, adobe acrobat dc will work well enough for text conversion and it does read them to.

Sure its a bit bloated now but with the modern systems its fine.

At least they keep the offline non cloud pdf reader about.

And at least I can get access to the tools from adobe ftp site.

One thing I have is cutepdf writer on here which is a nice printer, you can make emails into pdfs and it doesn't save them as an image either so that works, you need ghostscript loaded from that site I got the latest version and it has some apple software for brousing things like forms installed on your system as an extra but really thats about it.

True there is an editor but its not like I will be doing that.

The reason for me to use a pdf printer is so I can send the pdf at an eprint enabled device from hp my aunt has because the software is inaccessible to configure eprint and I can only send attachments not just messages at it so its a secondary step but its ok.

On 7/31/2018 11:03 PM, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io wrote:
I've never even heard of it, is it supposed to be accessible and what does it offer that the adobe program does not or that the webbie reader cannot manage?
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Nika Tsiklauri" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 9:16 AM
Subject: [nvda] question about nitro pdf

Hi all! does anybody know how to use nitro pdf with nvda? specifically how
to read pdfs with it?
Thanks in advance,


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