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1) I am not here to beleager a point on issue
I have used Master Document and have had it work fine
to the paginations I mentioned earlier. This is no
claim this is pure fact.
2) As far as screen captures, the documents I just
mentioned had screen captures page to page.
3) Pdf is always a good selection, QuarkXPress would
work up fine may decrease size, FrameMaker will work
as well, then there is always Visual Basic.
For future reference-if you disagree with something I
say-attack the statement not me. I don't have the
time nor inclination to play this game of tet-y-tet.
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