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Old 03-10-2010, 08:17 AM   #1
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text inverse feature in adobe reader?

I have many ebooks but have difficulty reading them at a computer monitor
screen. Finally the Ipad is coming and I think it is a nice PDF reading device.
While thinking about Stanza and how it can invert the text to make it
white on a black background. It suddenly occurs to me if there is a
similar function in Adobe Acrobat Reader to make the text become
white the and background black. Is there guys? Thanks.
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In the Desktop version of Adobe Reader (at least version 9), you can go into Edit > Preferences > Accessibility > Replace Document Colors > Custom Color, and then set (Page Background = Black) and (Document Text = White).

But this isn't really relevant for most portable devices, and I don't know what PDF viewers are or will be available for the iPad -- I imagine it'll be the same as for iPhones, which as far as I know, doesn't include Adobe Reader.
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In the Desktop version of Adobe Reader (at least version 9), you can go into Edit > Preferences > Accessibility > Replace Document Colors > Custom Color, and then set (Page Background = Black) and (Document Text = White).

But this isn't really relevant for most portable devices, and I don't know what PDF viewers are or will be available for the iPad -- I imagine it'll be the same as for iPhones, which as far as I know, doesn't include Adobe Reader.
Thanks. It works.

I have tried GoodReader in the Ipod Touch. It can load up a page in
a 100 page PDF pretty fast. I plan to preorder the IPAD because I assume
GoodReader can run in it... or is there possibility it won't run or
compatible with the IPAD? Anyone?
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