Thanx brother a lot, sto je ceif citati nas hehe
Odakle si inace, ja sam iz Foce
I did find the copy I downloaded. I may have downloaded a couple of versions but this one I found on my hard drive is in PDF and it's 12.3 MB file that's small enough to email.
Allesennogwat, I'd be interested in a copy if you're offering. PM with info headed your way.
I recently got a PDF copy of the M76 repair or armorer's manual. It is not a high level repair manual and only has basic checks and repairs. It is more interesting than the user's manual. It is too large to email. I may be able to figure out how to break up the PDF though. I haven't done that before, so I have to find out how best to do that first.
Do you have WinRAR or WinZIP? See if you can compress the PDF with one of those.
Yes, I have IZArc which can make either a RAR or a ZIP file with it. I'm not sure how much smaller a PDF can get when compressed. My email size limit used to be 20 MB but I think it is 25 MB now. Now that I think about it, maybe a ZIP file would make it about half size which would be small enough to email.
Well I put the PDF in a zip file. It only reduced it by a very small amount. I didn't try a rar file yet. I suspect PDF is already a compressed format though, so it won't change much.
I did review the manual on a larger screen now. I had only glanced at it on a small screen before. It is a very detailed, high level armorer's manual. It gauges every part of the rifle and shows how to fit a new bolt, a new gas piston, riveted to the bolt carrier and fitting a scope mount and scope. A lot of gauging tools in it. It is a lot more detailed than I first thought.
I know there is a method to break up PDF files in sections and assemble them back together to form the whole file. My computer knowledge isn't that great but I may be able to figure how to do that without having to buy too much more software.
I've seen this done before but never looked into it, that's why I made the earlier suggestionQuote:
I know there is a method to break up PDF files in sections and assemble them back together to form the whole file
Hopefully someone can tell you how
Not up on using PDF tools to split a file, but free compression programs such as 7zip have an option to split the compressed archive into arbitrary or fixed (floppy, CD, etc) sizes.