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Old 05-10-2011, 05:28 AM   #2
Prestidigitweeze
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Just had the chance to look at a sample of one of your files on both my Kindle and Sony PRS-350. I'm amazed at your conversion of a complicated textbook for a small-screened eReader: You've managed to make it so flexible that no ePub or mobi file or even physical copy is needed. The graphics remain clear at every different level of magnification, the cropping is perfect and the text resizing from XS to XXL is completely readable and repaginates beautifully as long as one turns the page after changing the magnification level.

Never in my life have I seen a pdf file as flexible as yours. If they all worked this well, then no one would need an iPad.

The mods really ought to move this post to the PDF forum and sticky it, as I've never seen anyone format a PDF for an eReader as as well as you've done here.

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