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JB> I work in my company's publishing department, and I'm looking
JB> for a
JB> way to deliver large amounts of data to our printing vendors.
true, you can't do that with floppy disks anymore.
JB> It has
JB> been suggested that I buy a SyQuest drive, but what about these
JB> new ZIP drives?
First, check with your printing vendors and see what they have.
Second, check your data volume. If possible, get a complete job on a single
medium. Perhaps you can use some compressing utility like PKZIP or Stuffit.
But the receiver of your data must be able to decompress them.
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