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Stuart Rowe at dms -at- PENINSULA -dot- STARWAY -dot- NET -dot- AU, on 4/30/98 1:16 AM you wrote:
>- is it within the capability of Word 97 to "simply" acquire, and coherently
>re-present a contiguous series of graphic images that have no associated
In my opionion, using Word 97 as a graphics database is like using a shoe
to serve soup: it might work, but I wouldn't want to drink it. Or do you
I'd suggest to your client that she use a graphics browser like those
found on CD ROM image banks and keep the images as jpeg files. Not only
is it a more effecient use of storage space, but should would still be
able to OCR text later if need be.
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