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Re: SCANNING VS. DIGITIZING

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February 21, 1996 12:00AM
One advantage to scanning your maps and then tracing them is that you have control over your maps. The company you mentioned will digitize your maps for you, but then you have to get them to draw any changes or additions to your maps, because they don't sell you anything to draw with.

Scanning your maps and tracing them is faster and potentially more accurate. You can't zoom in on a picture on your digitizing tablet and position the puck just so, but you can if the picture is in the computer.

We don't currently work with any other accounting packages, mainly because the information required to do accounting varies widely from package to package. For example, we couldn't do much with data imported from Quicken, because there are not enough details about each transaction.

Norman L. Teegardin
CEO, Farm Works Software
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SCANNING VS. DIGITIZING

Al Shields February 20, 1996 12:00AM

Re: SCANNING VS. DIGITIZING

Norman L. Teegardin February 21, 1996 12:00AM



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