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Subject:Re: Photographs vs Line Illustrations From:Kent Newton <kentn -at- METRIX-INC -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 17 May 1996 15:01:00 PDT
On Friday, May 17, 1996 8:20 AM, Arlen wrote:
>It's been my experience that people referring to the manuals seem
>more comfortable about locating parts of the machine when
>referring to a photograph than a drawing.
I must be different than most people: I prefer a nice, clean line drawing
(preferably exploded) to locate the parts of a machine. Of course,
that's provided the line drawing is an accurate, professional
representation of the machine and not some abstract, poorly executed
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