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Re: Have you considered print on demand? Was: Re: Which image format-Clarification
Subject:Re: Have you considered print on demand? Was: Re: Which image format-Clarification From:"Mike O." <obie1121 -at- yahoo -dot- com> To:techwr-l Date:Fri, 5 Mar 2004 18:33:22 -0500
Chuck Martin wrote:
> I find it much harder to read through a sheaf of
> papers in bed than a bound book. Bound books are printed on both sides of
> the paper (most home users and many business users do not have printers
> capable of duplex printing), so carrying around a PDF printout is bulier
Not necessarily.. most well-equipped copy shops will be able to print it for
you two-sided and glue bind it for you. If you find that too expensive or
inconvenient, well, that's the point.