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Old 08-05-02, 03:00 PM   #1
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Barnettīs bicyclerepair PDF

Hello everybody, I have for some time been downloading the free PDF chapter of THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO BICYCLE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE IN PRINT. . .
from Barnettīs hompage. So long I have chapter 10, 13, 17, 32, 37. If someone out there have a/some chapter I donīt have maybe we can trade . Or if someone would like me to e-mail the chapters just let me know. There canīt be anything illegal about that? Or can it :confused:? They are putting one new chapter up for free download every month.

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I went to this link and I see some of the chapters are missing. Does that mean the hosting site only has some of them, or are the other chapters somewhere else.

Second thing. How do I download the pdf files. When I click on a chapter, it launches Adobe Acrobat, but I'd like to save the files.
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Silly me. I just discovered the Save Target As... option when I right-click on the .pdf.
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Great stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Old 08-06-02, 09:24 AM   #6
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Specialized web site used to have many of the chapters on it. I don't know if it still does, check it.
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