Russian Pe-2 Manual

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  1. Micdrow

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    A manual with lots of pictures of the Pe-2. Manual is written in Russian and a DjVu view needed to look at the file.
     

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    Hi Micdrow,

    >A manual with lots of pictures of the Pe-2. Manual is written in Russian and a DjVu view needed to look at the file.

    Thanks! :)

    I never heard of Djvu before, but found it here:

    http://windjview.sourceforge.net/


    Seems to offer good quality and compression at the same time ... I'm not an expert but I'm impressed :)

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    Henning (HoHun)
     
  3. sagindragin

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    hi all,

    nice post, just one problem, i hate djvu, i have not found a way to convert them into jpg
     
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    I got to agree with you on that, I dont care for it either. I never created this manual. I forget who it was, but one of our members has converted these to pdf files in the past.
     
  5. HoHun

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    Hi Sagindragin,

    >nice post, just one problem, i hate djvu, i have not found a way to convert them into jpg

    Hm, is there a good way to convert PDF to JPG then? In the past, I've relied on screen shots, which is obviously a clumsy way to do it ...

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    You can frame the portion of a pdf page that you wish to keep. Enlarge it to the size you want, right click, copy and paste into a photo program and save as whatever you want, or what the program will allow.

    AERA DR_Research MAW
     
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    i have got all the software to do it (Joys of being in the printing industry). Bear in mind that the file size will be huge. I tried the first 16 pages and at 300dpi the file size is 4.6Meg. If people want it, let me know and i'll do it. It will take a couple of days though as my upload speed at the moment is rediculously slow!
     
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