Re: What's the best manual?


Albert LaFrance <lafrance@...>
 

Another option which might be worth considering is to have the microfiche
scanned onto a CD-ROM. I looked into this a while ago for some Bell System
Practice manuals, and several service companies estimated prices of 15-35
cents per image, depending on quantity, fiche quality, need for
post-scanning image cleanup, etc.

Albert

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From: "Stan & Patricia Griffiths" <w7ni@easystreet.com>
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Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 4:43 PM
Subject: [TekScopes] What's the best manual?


<SNIP>
Our local library has microfiche readers that can read either fiche sheets
or 35mm filmed images and convert any image to hard copy on excellent copy
paper similar to what you use in your own laserjet printer. It costs 10
cents per image to do prints and I sometimes use that service.
<SNIP>

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