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GeneralRe: CCC 23/6/14 PinmvpAbhinav S22-Jun-14 23:57 
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QuestionHow to google... PinprofessionalCBadger22-Jun-14 22:33 
I will start this discussion knowing that it is not really meant for the lounge entirely but it seems easier as to the objective I have Smile | :) .
 
I thought to raise a question but I know full well that if your wording is not right or it is not really a question you might just get burned by the unholy flames some of CP question master will call down on your pathetic attempt at a question Unsure | :~
 
So my question is as follows, is there at all an easier way to get the values to display that Acrobat reader puts as value holders in a pdf? I got this project that has already all the coded values in the pdf but of course I am not 100% sure where exactly the values are, so without a legal copy of Acrobat reader I am unable to see the coded value holders of each item.
 
Has anyone by any chance have a way around this or know what I can google for without getting useless results like this[]?
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