I am repositing this again so the inquirey stands on its own. Thank you so much for the information on the download. I have downloaded it I see that the images were printed not using inposition printing. Now for the more specific request. I need to know if anyone actually used this to create flipbooks at the time or before Jan 2005. Specifically the following. Did they use a standard desktop printer? Did they use 8-1/2" x 11" paper? Was the paper uncut (not perforated)? I believe all of those things are implied in the article. Here is the big question - did anyone tweak the program to use inposition printing where the pages could be stacked, cut into row cuts then stacked, turned and recut sand stacked so at the end of the cutting process the pages were in proper order. And reaching even more did they use an automated cutter - especially a business card slitter. I would be happy to explain what I need to anyone or how critical this is to a number of small business owners who are going to be prevented from continuing business if we can’t prove prior art. This really is a big deal to many people. Thank you in advance for any assistance or information.