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COPYRIGHT NOTICE | PRINTING AND VIEWING | TECHNICAL ISSUES

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE ^TOP
Published by CTHEORY in partnership with CJPST and copyright, © CJPST/CTHEORY 1976-2002. All rights reserved. No part of this journal may be reproduced in any form by any electronic or mechanical means (including photocopying, recording, or information storage and retrieval) without permission in writing from the publisher, except for reading and browsing via the World Wide Web. Users are not permitted to mount this file on any network servers. Readers are encouraged to download this material for personal use. Commercial use with permission only.


PRINTING AND VIEWING INSTRUCTIONS ^TOP
After you download the file you will have to "unstuff" it. This requires Stuffit Expander from Alladin Systems (if you don't already have a version of it on your computer) which will extract the PDF to the same directory as the .sit file. You can then browse the book using Adobe Acrobat Reader.

For example, to print a chapter go to File>Print. You will be prompted to print either the whole document (the book from cover to cover) or a range of pages.
**** IMPORTANT NOTE****
When printing specific pages, ignore the original page numbers scanned as PDF pages. Only use the page numbers (at the bottom) that Acrobat itself uses to navigate the book. Your computer will print the page numbers provided by Acrobat, not the numbers printed on the actual page.


KNOWN TECHNICAL ISSUES ^TOP
ISSUE:
MAC users may experience intermitent problems when uncompressing the .sit archive into the PDF file. Occassionally the PDF icon for the uncompressed file will appear as a "broken" Stuffit archive. This is not the case however, it is simply a small glitch between Stuffit Expander and OS 9.x .

SOLUTION I:
Download the latest version of Stuffit Expander from the Alladin Systems web site

SOLUTION II:
Simply delete the "broken" file and double click the .sit archive that it was uncompressed from. This will run Stuffit Expander again and uncompress the PDF to the same directory where the .sit is located. BE SURE TO DELETE THE "BROKEN" FILE before you do this or the PDF will decompress with a ".1" extension on the file name confusing Acrobat Reader further.