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March 1996, Week 1

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Mon, 4 Mar 1996 11:44:45 +1000
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Dear Mary,
 
I have had the scanner since late last year. The most common use is for
preparing presentations. That is, being able to take a cartoon, drawing,
diagram etc. and put it into a Powerpoint presentation. Also it is used,
naturally, for scanning in pre-wordprocessing documents, so they can be
altered, saved etc. It was originally mainly purchased as a result of the
decision to put all policy & procedure manuals on computer, and many of them
contained things that originated from other sources - handouts etc. they
they wanted to format in a standardized way.
 
I hope this is useful.
 
Toni
 
At 06:18 PM 29/02/96 CST, you wrote:
>     Dear Medlibbers:
>
>     I would like to know the various uses you have found for your
>     scanners.  We are looking at purchasing one and need to make sure we
>     have identified all of its potential benefits before presenting the
>     idea to the finanical people.  Appreciate any advice you can provide.
>
>     TIA
>
>     Mary Janeck, Medical Librarian
>     St. Marys Hospital Medical Center
>     Madison WI
>     [log in to unmask]
>
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Toni Silson
Lady Davidson Hospital Library
Bobbin Head Road
North Turramurra NSW Australia 2074
Phone: +612 488 0180
Fax: +612 440 0177
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