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Is it just me, or did that PDF come out as 400+ pages of garbage characters. See a bunch of (( @ # !!! (( and such all over the pages.
What version of WordPerfect did you create that file in originally?
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The file is OK (thanks for posting Ed). Make sure you have Acrobat Reader and either 1) open it from Reader or 2) make sure you have PDF files associated with Acrobat Reader. If you try to open a PDF file in a word processor (any word processor), it will just be garbage
Seriously though ... glad to see you picked up on the newtonian theory. I might argue the 25/75 split but that's getting a little too ... whatever.
My book is currently getting rather large too. I type up my lesson plans then handwrite an outline (the outline is what I actually teach from) and fill in each lessen with photocopies, handouts, printouts etc of information dealing with whatever the lesson is on. For example in my systems lesson I photocopied practically every schematic from the Apache's maintenance manual and slapped it in there.
Ok, appears it only opens in Acrobat for some reason. I typically use other PDF viewers since they are much faster, but for some reason, they don't seem to open this pdf correctly, even though it is recognized. Works fine in the Adobe branded software though.
Still wondering what exactly the file was create in. If the margins are messed up a bit (I can't tell if they are?) I'd like to open the file as created, and create a good pdf for ya if needed.