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I provide all my manuals in Adobe Acrobat format. I don't have any problems
printing them from my (Windows 95) computer, but a couple co-workers have
problems--the print job seems to spool correctly, then nothing but blank
paper comes out. They run 95 and NT. Ironically, they have much better
machines than I do. Any guesses? I apologize if this has been thoroughly
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