transfer media

Subject: transfer media
From: Kelly Kremin <Three_Cats -at- MSN -dot- COM>
Date: Sat, 4 Jan 1997 16:27:34 UT

Recommendations, advice and testimonials are needed.

I am working (offsite) on a manual with a number of very large graphics. Too
large for a typical disk.

I need an external drive, I guess, to get the graphic files and the manual
files I am creating back and forth.

I'm on a PC; W95. Creating a manual in FrameMaker.

Do I also need a software application, some sort of compressing utility?

(This is the 1st time I've confronted transfer issues like this. I am a
novice.)

Please send your responses directly to me at:

Three_Cats -at- msn -dot- com

Thanks for your help.

Kelly M. Kremin

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