Manuals in A0 format

  ArrGee 22:03 11 Oct 06
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Pain in the neck, but whay are more and more hardware manufacturers printing, their 'quick-start' manuals in a format that requires folding out across the floor?

Cost...maybe?

  €dstowe 22:12 11 Oct 06

Often lucky if you get a printed manual at all - increasingly they are on disk.

  WhiteTruckMan 22:17 11 Oct 06

is only a small portion of the sheet.

Boy! How would you like the job of proofreading a 24 language sheet!

WTM

  josie mayhem 22:19 11 Oct 06

cost!

  it_girl 22:45 11 Oct 06

Don't see any problems with them.In fact they are just great.No need to look-up the online info. or the usual pigeon english manual.
Ideal when you are refurbishing a system and when one does'nt like reading textual instructions.

  WhiteTruckMan 23:14 11 Oct 06

-I like that phrase. Thanks. I think I will try to somehow work it into a conversation sometime this weekend ;-)

WTM

  Jak_1 00:16 12 Oct 06

I tend to read the manual after I have installed something!

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