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* Antwort auf eine Nachricht von Jane Bergen an All am 27.09.96
JB> From: Jane Bergen <janeb -at- ANSWERSOFT -dot- COM>
JB> Ok...ok....this is getting completely ridiculous now. I have a
JB> 66 page
JB> document, containing about 50 bitmap graphics (screen shots,
JB> etc all
JB> fairly small.), all 256 colors or less. A table of contents and
JB> a small (1.5 pages) index. No tables. Only two fonts (Arial and
JB> Palatino). The file is nearly 6 megs!
where's the problem? :-)
I'm working on a 9-page PageMaker document and its file size is about the
JB> As a technical writer balancing multiple manuals, backups of
JB> documents, and related documents, I'm quickly running out of
JB> disk space.
- Pack those documents you do not work on with PKZIP or any other
achive program. You will find reductions in the 90% range.
- Get a new hard disk. Storing these 6 MB should cost about