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Re: Copying tightly bound books

At 14:34 25/10/99 -0400, you wrote:
>I have some rebound library books that have very tight bindings. I would
>like to get some relatively flat copies from the margin area. If the binding
>thread is cut to help the book lie flat for copying, can the book be easily
>resewn together and rebound without having to trim the book again. Any
>alternate suggestions that would allow such copying and do the least damage
>to the book?

A handheld scanner should do the trick. My local library used to have one
for those items which were dificult to copy by normal photocopiers.

- Morag.

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