The 2% reduction in copying is used to counter counterfeiters -- of any
document, not just money. It's a convenient way to mark items as being
copies and not originals.
>Seems to me I read somewhere that photocopiers routinely reduce or
>>enlarge what they copy by about 2%. ... Is xerographic resizing a "g.d.
>It's *real*, Jean - I have measured it. I don't understand *why* it is
>done, though - could someone enlighten me?
>Yours for better letters,
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