Antique Pattern Library is a project of New Media Arts, Inc., a nonprofit organization, tax exempt under IRC Sec. 501(c)(3), EIN 27-2500171.
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I get the message PDF corrupted
First, make sure you have the most recent Adobe reader. Second, save the PDF to your own harddisk and open the file from there. Still not working? Notify us (after you have tried this).
I get the message Password required
This happens when there's a mismatch between the Adobe reader version and the PDF version. First, make sure you have the most recent Adobe reader. Second, save the PDF to your own harddisk and open the file from there. Still not working? Notify us (after you have tried this).
I have this lovely old book, are you interested?
Yes we are. However, if there's still copyright protection we can't put scans in the library. But, books of interest can be mentioned, reviewed, and when there's any question about it, you might get asked to look it up. Books in the public domain, certainly. See our how-to manual to scan.
Can you recommend a book about this or that technique?
Put your question in the Yahoo group messages. There'll be someone who can tell you more. If there's nobody, you're no worse off :-)
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