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From Paper To Web: How To Make Information Instantly Accessible

by Tony Mckinley

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About Book

Futurists have long talked about moving more information off of paper and into electronic form. Meanwhile, we've been drowning in more and more paper. Tony McKinley understands why. He provides an enticing case that today's tools finally make a substantial transition from paper not just possible, but desirable. And he shows how it can be done. No electronic dreamer, Tony McKinley is fully aware of the trade-offs between paper and electrons and he examines each decision along the way. He shows how the day of more accessible information with fewer lost files can now be reached.

Book Info
Presents solutions based on Adobe Acrobat's ability to merge the two worlds - world of paper documents and the virtual world, into a common, usable information management tool. Covers text searches, document management, and information retrieval techniques. Paper.

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There are many business advantages to turning traditional documents into electronic references. From Paper to Web details how to use Adobe PageMill, SiteMill, Acrobat, PageMaker, Netscape Navigator, and other technologies to solve storage space problems and create instantly accessible. This book details how to lower costs and increase productivity by providing global access to information. It provides real-world case studies of Fortune 500 companies that have gone paperless. And includes information on creating, managing, and archiving digital information.



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