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  • Mac Write
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    In OS X you go File>Print>Save as PDF it's built into the OS.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by daemon
    But there is no PDF version of the manual...

    I just find it interesting that they have the manual open in PDF when there is no PDF version of it.
    Open the "all in one page" version of the manual and print it to PDF using whatever utility you have. I used PDF Factory myself. Haven't released it because I haven't registed PDF Factory yet and the formatting is a little off still. Plus it is 6 freaking megabytes.

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  • daemon
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    Originally posted by merk
    Because acrobat reads pdf files?
    But there is no PDF version of the manual...

    I just find it interesting that they have the manual open in PDF when there is no PDF version of it.

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  • TonyG
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    When you get something for nothing, don't expect it to be the best.

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  • Shining Arcanine
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    It is a freebie but I wouldn't call it good.

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  • Dean C
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    Originally posted by assassingod
    hehe Cool. I've seen vBulletin loads of times in the U.Ks Internet Magazine, but they are phpBB fans
    Of course they do! It's free! Us englishmen love a good freebie

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  • merk
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    Because acrobat reads pdf files?

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  • daemon
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    You're right! I just noticed that! (Why is it open in Acrobat?)

    Cool

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  • Floris
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    WHoo hoo Thank you for scanning it in.

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  • assassingod
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    hehe Cool. I've seen vBulletin loads of times in the U.Ks Internet Magazine, but they are phpBB fans

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  • Andy Z
    started a topic You find vBulletin in the most unexpected places...

    You find vBulletin in the most unexpected places...

    The vB3 Manual made the Macworld July 2004 issue, page 84.
    Too bad they use UBB Threads for their site
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