Uh, let's see. A text document to view on the web? It's already in Word? How
File....Save as HTML ?
Why make your viewers wait for megabytes or kilobytes when they could get one
byte per character?
Sorry if I missed the point here, but sometimes you need pictures, sometimes
you need words. That's why they make both :-)
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Jaynie Martz wrote:
> What is the optimal way to scan 6 documents
> as one file for viewing on the web? She
> can get the 6 into one file using Word (text
> scanning......OCR), but she doesn't want to
> have to do any text editing.....I suggested
> Acrobat PDF format.....but have no idea how
> to link files together.
> She tried scanning as a compressed TIFF option
> via PhotoDeluxe but the file was still a
> whopping 6 megabytes.....black and white.
> thanks for any help,
> Jaynie Martz, Technical Illustrator
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