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Old 11-25-2004, 03:31 AM   #1
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pdf with Gnome Ghostview 2.0.1 support


I have a pdf file and when i tried to open it with Gnome Ghostview 2.0.1 the fonts were not clear and when i tried to zoom in and the window would have to use the scroll which is not comfortable at all, how can i fix that.

Do i need to upgrade my software or change the font type.

Also can someone tell me how can i run notepad or openoffice within my terminal.

I use redhat9

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