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Old 07-13-2018, 11:04 AM
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I don't think it's one of Gary's Rick. It seems to be attributed to a Mike.

There's been a few of them around over the years, so I dunno which one.
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Thanks for the suggestions. With respect to saving the image, I already did it and a lot of resolution is lost, it is in jpg. I'll ask Mr. Gary ... thanks
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Old 07-13-2018, 02:40 PM
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As I mentioned earlier ... if you click on a thumbnail to bring up a full image, it should save and print OK, but if you want a higher resolution just click on the image again to bring up a bigger A3 one. Save that, but print to fit the A4 or letter size card. That should improve the pixellation of the .jpg somewhat.
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As I mentioned earlier ... if you click on a thumbnail to bring up a full image, it should save and print OK, but if you want a higher resolution just click on the image again to bring up a bigger A3 one. Save that, but print to fit the A4 or letter size card. That should improve the pixellation of the .jpg somewhat.

Thank you ... I made the indicated and I could save the images. They do not understand much, but it will be necessary to decipher how it is put together.
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both the model and the instructions are available on a simple search.
https://www.bing.com/images/search?q...el&FORM=HDRSC3
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Quick and simple, might not be perfect but it looks right
Voyage to the Bottom of the sea / Fly sub-capture2.jpg
enough for tonight
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