Tips for using
"Huffmans to the Barrens"

This book is fully searchable, click on the binocular icon to enter search.
Click the "Bookmark tab" to access the differ net sections of the book .
Click the "Pages tab" to easily access a page.

Copying text from a PDF document

Follow the instructions below for selecting a portion, or the entire text of the document.

Selecting a portion of text to copy
  1. Select the TEXT SELECT TOOL on the Adobe Acrobat toolbar and do one of the following:
    • To select a line of text, select the first letter of the sentence or phrase and drag to the last letter.
    • To select multiple columns of text (horizontally), hold down Ctrl (Windows and UNIX) or Option (Mac OS) as you drag across the width of the document.
    • To select a column of text (vertically), hold down Ctrl+Alt (Windows) or Option+Command (Mac OS) as you drag the length of the document.
  2. Choose Edit > Copy to copy the selected text to the Clipboard.
  3. To view the text, choose Window > Show Clipboard.

Copying graphics from a PDF document

  1. Select the Graphics select tool. The cursor changes to the cross-hair icon.
  2. Drag a rectangle around the graphic you want to copy. To deselect the graphic and start over, click anywhere outside the selected graphic.
  3. Choose Edit > Copy to copy the graphic to the clipboard.
  4. To view the graphic, choose Window > Show Clipboard. The graphic is copied using the WMF (Windows), PICT (Mac OS), or XPIXMAP (UNIX) format. In UNIX, the graphic is pasted in the primary selection.