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Subject:Re: Long Technical Documents From:Steve Fouts <sfouts -at- ELLISON -dot- SC -dot- TI -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 5 Jan 1995 12:44:31 CST
Steve Delanghe said:
|} I know of a 120pp manual with a lot of graphics that Word handled, but
|} took 15 hours to print ...
|} I think this discussion begs a question or two. If you have a 1200 page
Jan Boomsliter then said:
|} see "120pp" vs. "1200-page ..."
To which I say. ``Oops, compounding errors, eye fatigue, plus the fact
that I am in the middle of a 600 pager right now, so I don't consider
120 pp to be a long document.''
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