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microfiche

a sheet of film, usually the size of a filing card, on which books, newspapers, documents, etc., can be recorded in miniaturized form

microfiche

[′mī·krə‚fēsh]
(graphic arts)
A microfilm card or sheet used in some information storage systems; consists of a film format about 4 by 6 inches (10 by 15 centimeters) containing microimages of type and other information, with a title heading large enough to be read by the unaided eye.

microfiche

Pronounced "micro-feesh." A 4x6" sheet of film that holds several hundred miniaturized document pages. See micrographics.
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As a result, Companies House stopped updating its microfiche records at the end of 2002.
50 for a paper copy or $12 for the report on microfiche.
Since a large single collection of Canadiana exists in microfiche, the project will focus on conversion of microfiche to digital format, electronic transmission of digital texts among research libraries, and access and retrieval issues related to the bilingual Canadian context.
Metters' firms help companies make the transition from paper, microfiche and other outdated modes of storage to digital warehousing.
Each concordance will reproduce approximately 1,000 printed pages on 105 x 148mm microfiche.
Many can also be photo-copied and bound, and approximately one-third of the documents in the NCJRS Data Base are available on microfiche.
If data are stored on magnetic tape that is not especially formatted for microfiche, older systems may not have the capability to reformat for microfiche storage.
This collection of 50 museum art guides is reproduced on microfiche and includes a descriptive, printed index that provides information annotations for all guides in the program.
WORM disks have the potential for replacing other methods of mass storage such as microfiche, microfilm and tape.
Tenders are invited for MICROFILM / MICROFICHE CONVERSION