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Subject: Re: Scaning Tax Records to my computer Date: 4/26/2005 3:54 PM
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Thanks for PDF advice. One of my original attempts at scanning went to PDF.

I din't understand why, so now I've been doing extra work to avoid PDF. I need to rethink that before I do much more of my genealogy scanning.

The lower resolution is also a great thought - I'll play with that. Could save me from going to multiple CDs. (I don't have a clue how much space all of this takes - I traveled in business and had some large returns to file from time to time.)
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