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microfiche

(mī′krō-fēsh″) [Gr. mikros, small, + Fr. fiche, index card]
A sheet of microfilm that enables a large number of library data and medical records to be stored in a small space.
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Since the beginning of the microfiche digitization project in
Three formats are common: microfilm (reels), microfiche (flat sheets), and aperture cards.
However, microfiche's secret weapon is that the 150-year-old technology was built to last.
No fee was paid by them, but a microfiche copy of our records was given to us."
Voir George Pykc, Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench for the District of Quebec in the Province of Lower-Canada, in Hilary Term, in the Fiftieth Year of the Reign of George III (Montreal, 1811), Ottawa, ICMH collection de microfiches (no 48363); George Okill Stuart, Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Courts of King's Bench and in the Provincial Court ofAppeals of Lower Canada (Quebec, Neilson & Cowan, 1 834), Ottawa, ICMH collection de microfiches (no 10862).
Years ago, I went through microfiches in a library to track down references to my family.
He noted that unlike microfiche or microfilm, the CD-ROM uses new material in the form of software to access and organize the information.
With a new machine that really accelerates the process for the microfiche, we've been able to digitize a million pages or so between April and October--a significant number for that period of time.
ALR 1st is the largest of the entire collection, with 175 volumes and was previously only available in print or microfiche.
And all without a computer - just by searching microfiche and films
the developer of the world's most popular scanning software for consumers and professionals, has released VueScan 8.2.03, its award-winning program that enables users to more easily produce better looking digital images from color snapshots, microfiche and microfilm, negatives, slides, and paper documents.
squinting into microfiche at the elegant cursives of