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[Equipment] Export from Sleepyhead
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(01-19-2014, 09:24 AM)Brian Rule Wrote: It just seemed to me that I should be able to send a PDF file of what I am looking at to my advisor and then discuss it with him over the phone.

You could either buy Adobe Acrobat or download one of the many free PDF printers. Once installed it appears on your computer's list of available printers. You simply "print to PDF" instead of printing to one of your local or network printers. It then creates a PDF file.
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(01-19-2014, 09:54 AM)Brian Rule Wrote: Hello SnuffySleeper

Thanks for the advice on getting to a PDF file but it is looking a bit too complicated for me so I think I had better go the route of ResScan which an easier option.

Thanks anyway

Regards

Brian Rule

Like Sleepster said, it's pretty easy. Not harder than installing software for your printer and printing a document using cutepdf.

My opinion Sleepyhead is more versatile in reporting but I have only had limited experience with ResScan.

If your doctor is using windows he can easily view an xps file as well without installing anything extra (adobe software) if you just use the default windows file writer.





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