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EJB 2.0Spec in html?

 
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I was wondering if there is a html version of the EJB2.0 Spec to download.
I am trying to make notes while reading the spec. I am finding it a bit hard to copy/paste into a separate a doc file with the Select All and Deselect All options.
 
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I downloaded the postscript version of the spec (.ps).
It made no difference to my eyes. Why doesn't Sun publish a html version of the Spec?. Going thru the pdf version...
 
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I found the option!...In Acrobat Reader 5.0, there is a Text Select Tool Icon on the menu bar, which allows me to select only a few lines of text.
This is keeping me awake..
 
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Originally posted by Vish Kumar:
I found the option!...In Acrobat Reader 5.0, there is a Text Select Tool...


Hi, Vish!
May I suggest you to download Acrobat Reader 6! It's got a GREAT tool to help you select text (and images!) and prepare to the exam.
Regards,
Gus
 
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Thanks Gus for the suggestion,
Acrobat Reader 6.0 is indeed colorful and I am feeling much better.
Hopefully the colors keep me awake thru this passionate journey towards the BCD exam.
Cheers,
 
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