Re: PDF v paper

Subject: Re: PDF v paper
From: Michelle Vina-Baltsas <Michelle_Vina-Baltsas -at- US -dot- CRAWCO -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 1998 08:45:58 -0500

Although I would prefer to go totally PDF, it goes against our goal to
"service" our clients. Most of our clients would find it a nuisance to
have to print their own manuals. For my next project I plan to give our
clients a professionally printed document and a PDF file for viewing
online, if that's what they prefer. The other issue is that many users are
not comfortable viewing online, they still prefer to have something
tangible.

That's all I have to say about that...

Happy holiday,
Michelle




David Thompson <David -dot- Thompson -at- REALIZ -dot- COM> on 12/16/98 06:58:22 AM

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Subject: PDF v paper




Question:
Why is there a need for paper doc. to be shipped with a software product?
For example: I write the doc. in Word, I convert it to PDF and put it on a
CD. The final user can then view the doc. or print the doc. if need be.
Production costs are reduced. No printing and lighter packages to ship.
Am I over simplifying the situation?

Comments?

David

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