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Subject:Re: The word on Word From:Shawn Wilson <shawn -dot- wilson -at- IDSNET -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 3 Feb 1999 13:19:59 -0800
>Graphics can be a problem if the graphics files you are inserting
>large. A competent graphic artist should be able to help you
>If your computer is not a Pentium II system with lots of RAM, you
>should probably edit the Word files in Normal mode, perhaps even
>picture placeholders to view during the edit.
>Also, keep chapter files to 30 pages or fewer if you can,
>especially if you have lots of graphics.
Doesn't anyone else put the graphics in separate files and link them into
the main document? You have more files to deal with, but they're all
smaller, so you don't have the problems caused by a very big file.
Integrated Decision Systems
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