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Old 17 November 2002, 16:14   #20
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I'm indifferent to which format is used.

PDF is nice because it's one file. Good compression for B&W manuals and everything. But it has it's own shortcomings to pull it down.

In contrast JPG is a lot of files which is both an advantage in case you only want a certain part of the manual, but as was said. JPGs don't do that well for B/W scans and I believe they might even take longer to scan than PDF even if the PDF need to scan over a page twice.
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