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Subject:scanned images From:Paula Reynolds <PAULAR -at- HISPEED -dot- MHS -dot- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 19 Dec 1994 06:02:01 EST
I posted earlier this week for advice on producing manuals on demand.
Thanks to everyone who responded; I'll be posting a summary after the
My next panic question: Where do you save scanned images? I used about
a half-dozen images in a very short (7 pages) set of instructions, and
the file is...get this...10 meg. It's enormous! So I have this dilemna
-- I love how the scanned images look, and I swore "as God is my witness,
I'll never cut and paste again..." Perhaps I was a tad too hasty?
Any advice on how you save scanned images? Thanks again.
paular -at- hispeed -dot- mhs -dot- compuserve -dot- com