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Old 09-09-2009, 03:11 PM   #14
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I think that new consumers like PDF's because they know them and know that Adobe can read them and its been around for a while.

The other file types that ebooks come in are strange and not always standard, so PDF's make sense to a new consumer.

When I first started buying ebooks I would buy them in pdf format. Now I try to not get ebooks in PDF format.

How often is PDF support asked for in the "Which Device Should I Get" forum? Very frequently.

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