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From: Karla Huebner <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] PDF file for TMG reports
Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 14:05:04 -0400
My plan (to be implemented in the next week or so!) is to get the charts
and narratives into one Word document (or as much of it as can be put into
Word, which may not include the charts), paginate, print using my
admittedly very spiffy HP Laserjet 4000, and then take to the copy shop for
double-sided copies. I haven't yet decided how to bind them. But big
projects like this are one reason I spent the money for a really good printer.
Thus far, it is true, I have not put in any pictures. While the booklet
will be pretty large, my attitude all along has been that this will not be
the perfect booklet or the final say on my family, it's going to be
whatever I'm able to come up with in as nice a form as possible by my deadline!
Incidentally, my MA thesis has been unofficially accepted, so now I just
need to get the final copy with illustrations in the mail to be signed off.
THEN my full attention can go to the reunion booklet!
At 06:27 AM 7/18/02 -0700, you wrote:
>I wonder, how do others produce the final output of their reports, the
>bound copies which will go to family and libraries?
>Many thanks for all the help provided on this list.
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