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Started article[edit]

I admit that my offering on facsimile is not the greatest, but I couldn't believe that all of the links for the term were being re-directed Fax. There was obviously an attempt in the past to cover this subject, but it got relegated to Wictionary—mentions of a merge and so forth. For what I can tell all discussions on the matter have been deleted from the record. So please, all you people knowledgeable in books, maps, prints, manuscripts, and archival processes, please make a good article here so that we are not being told that a facsimile of the Magna carta can be made by sending it through a fax machine. I think stamps, based on the German version are also relevant, but I don't have any knowledge of that subjects (purely art history here). Thanks! --Stomme (talk) 08:40, 20 April 2008 (UTC)

I found that the facsimile page had been deleted while trawling through some old deleted contributions. I've restored the old article, because there's no reason for the history before December 2007 to be deleted. I've also restored the talk page and moved its contents and page history to Talk:Facsimile/Archive 1. Graham87 05:24, 3 March 2009 (UTC)

Standards of Office Business Processing ????[edit]

Has anyone known if there is any standards available for people to following up ??? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 04:54, 16 July 2008 (UTC)

List of Books - Notable? Encyclopedic?[edit]

The entire list of books section seems neither notable nor encyclopedic. It is at best an arbitrary representative sample; no one can ever hope for such a list to approach completion. Furthermore, it is prone to abuse, as evidenced by the large number of links to a single commercial supplier of facsimile editions. I have therefore removed this section, but thought it necessary to explain my motives here. Wilford Nusser (talk) 21:04, 3 July 2010 (UTC)

Can you Write From where the term as Derived[edit]