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From: Larry Thompson <>
Subject: Re: [ALL] microfilm transfer
Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 00:32:31 -0400
You need to find a library with a microfilm reader and printer. Print
out the pages. I believe you can then go to Kinko's or Staples to scan
them into a pdf file.
> I have followed this list for several years and been amazed at the knowledge shared by all you members! This is indeed a great group of people.
> I am hoping someone will have some advice for me. I have a few old microfilm reels of Church records that I would like to have transferred to pdf and copied to cds. Would anyone know where in the Pittsburgh area that could be done or if it is even possible?
> Thanks for any response I might receive,
> Donna McConnell
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