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    If you are like me you have tons of PDF files on your computer, specially those of plans. Sometimes the names are not the most descriptive, some have just a series of numbers representing a date.
    I just downloaded a try before you buy program called ST Thumbnail from http://www.softfields.com/
    It shows a thumbnail of the PDF files on your pc. You can see a thumbnail of most file types. I have 10 days left in the trial but I have every intention of spending the $29.95 on the program.
    If you would like to see what is in the pdf before you open it, try the program.

    It does require Ghostscript software, which is a free download.
    CAЯL HIRD-RUTTEЯ
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    Ryobi SC180VS scroll saw EX21

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