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Old 05-05-2009, 01:34 AM   #1
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pdf reader SW with built in dictionary ?

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I am using foxit these days to read books/articles (pdf) on my windows based computer as it lets me highlight and annotate, and I am really happy with it. The only thing which would make it perfect is a built in dictionary . Is there any SW which has a built in dictionary too?

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Hi, I was wondering if someone found any software for pdf with built in dictionary.
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