Welding Project

ALT-PrntScrn, paste into Paint, crop, edit, and paste into Word.
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Tom Lawrence
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With Acrobat, you can switch to 'image select', much like text select. This makes it easy to copy-paste images. (assuming they didn't set the no-copy flag).
If they did, zoom in and take screenshots.
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Rich Jones
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These urls should be able to provide plenty of pictures.
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Mike Almeida wrote:
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Al Patrick
Sorry, Harbor Freight link didn't work. I went to
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and did a keyword search for welder to get the previous "link".
I'll add that some of the welder suppliers provide online copies of the operating manuals but they will probably be in .pdf format.
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Al Patrick wrote:
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Al Patrick
Appreciate if anyone could supply images /schematices of TIG,MIG,MMA welding
equipment . It is required for a university project and most images are
posted on the net is on pdf format which isn't suitable for insertion into a
word doc.
E-mail snipped-for-privacy@Almeida.demon.co.uk ; snipped-for-privacy@hess.com
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Mike Almeida

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