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Re: ANN: J. S. Bach - 371 Chorals à 4 voix + Etu des d'anamorphoses: les
Re: ANN: J. S. Bach - 371 Chorals à 4 voix + Etu des d'anamorphoses: les différentes versions d 'un choral.
Wed, 02 Feb 2011 10:05:47 +0100
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Le 02/02/2011 08:41, Helge Kruse a écrit :
> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
>> Datum: Tue, 1 Feb 2011 22:13:55 +0100
>> Von: "Jan Warchoł" <address@hidden>
>> An: "Phil Hézaine" <address@hidden>
>> CC: lilypond-user <address@hidden>
>> Betreff: Re: ANN: J. S. Bach - 371 Chorals à 4 voix + Etudes
>> d\'anamorphoses: les différentes versions d\'un choral.
>> That's great! I didn't know it was possible.
>> How can i extract it? I have arichve manager called 7-zip, that
>> handles tar.bz2, but it doesn't want to do anything with this pdf...
> When I open the file in Acrobat Reader 9 and click on the .tar.bz2 file, I
> get the message
> You have selected a file that cannotbe exported from Acrobat.
> What's wrong? Also, I am interested in including the source in the PDF. Where
> can I read how to do this. I hope should be possible, even if i just had some
> trouble with it.
I guess you have not the tools to uncompress the tar.bz2 archive.
However Windows is totally out of my world here.
With pdftk you can include the source in the pdf:
pdftk your_input.pdf attach_files your_archive.tar.bz2 output out.pdf