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>>I know from experience that PDFs offer many advantages in this situation
Just FMI, what are the advantages that PDFs offer? This doesn't really
apply to YOUR situation, but I am usually overcome with loathing when e.g. a
product comes with one giant PDF file (no links, not searchable, takes
forever to load, would take an eternity if I had to DOWNLOAD it over a 56K
line etc.). I long for the days when things came with a nice paperback
manual that you could read on the train, instead of 600 pages of on-screen
text that you have to scroll through 560 pages of to get what you're looking
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