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  1. #1
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    Default PDF of BIOS Screen Shots?

    I saved the screen shots of the BIOS for my Puget computer, and that got me to thinking: It would be nice if I had a PDF that I could print out and place in the note book that was provided with my computer.

    Would it possible for Puget to create a PDF of the BIOS and link to it from the owner's Puget account, asssuming there is enough interest in having such a document?

    Your thoughts on this will be appreciated.

    Cheers to All,

    --Preston

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    Default Re: PDF of BIOS Screen Shots?

    Hmm, I'm not sure what good making a PDF specifically would do... but I could definitely see an option to "view all" or "download all" being helpful. That would let a customer use them to make a PDF if necessary, or just keep them as individual files too. I will make sure our web team sees this forum post - thank you!
    William George
    Customer Service Lead
    Puget Custom Computers
    william@pugetsystems.com

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    Default Re: PDF of BIOS Screen Shots?

    Good idea. We don't currently print them in the packet ourselves because they'd have to be 1 or maybe 2 to a page for them to be readable, and that's a lot of pages! We do have a project coming up soon that will allow a zip file download of all pictures.

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    Default Re: PDF of BIOS Screen Shots?

    William and Jon,

    Thanks for your thoughts on my idea! The number of printed pages would be a burden, indeed, and I certainly agree with that. The zip file for download sounds the most workable.

    Your efforts for us are greatly appreciated!

    --Preston

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