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Subject:RE: The sky is starting to fall again From:"Bonnie Granat" <bgranat -at- granatedit -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com> Date:Wed, 27 Apr 2005 14:46:03 -0400
> Of David Neeley
> How "huge" it is depends upon how it is done. If you stick with
> common fonts and don't embed them, it needn't be all that large.
> Word files, on the other hand, are invariably large. If you doubt
> create the same files in OpenOffice.org's native XML and also
> them from Word.
My resume in Word is 42 KB; a plain old PDF made on Harvard
University's employment site for a job application is 331 KB.
Bonnie Granat | www.GranatEdit.com
bgranat -at- granatedit -dot- com
Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
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