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    Hello,
    I have a alot of booklets which I do not have soft copies for. I need to scan in these booklets so that I can display them on an internal staff website.
    Firstly is scanning the best way to get these booklets onto my website and if so Is there anyway I can get all the pages into one document instead of seperate documents.
    Your help would be much appreciated.
    Thanking you in advance
    cc30

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    Yes, scanning is pretty much the only option you have. I would scan them in and save them as a .pdf document. Those are pretty popular when it comes to booklets/books etc. online
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    Hello,
    Scanning is the best, but it seems to me that you'd better to import them to MS Word, in order to make some changes there, find to use only a part of the document.


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