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Old 21-01-2013, 14:11   #1 (permalink)
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I have a useful Pdf List of recommended Vets in Europe who are familiar with the Pet Passport scheme.

The Pdf document is around 180kb and the limit to attach to a thread is under 20kb.

I also have individual documents, between 150kb and 300kb, for each Vet with photos and maps to help Members find Vets with the minimum of effort and fuss.

How, or where, can I post these documents in these forums - or can't I?

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You can't put a pdf or doc on a thread but you can upload to our download section..

here http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/downloads.php
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ScotJimland - thanks for the prompt helpful reply.

I have posted the List in the Downloads Touring Information section.

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I have all the euro vets on a TomTom POI file in ov2 format if anyone wants a copy for their satnav. also got it in google earth kml version if you want to convert it to any other format using gps babble
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I have all the euro vets on a TomTom POI file in ov2 format if anyone wants a copy for their satnav. also got it in google earth kml version if you want to convert it to any other format using gps babble
You could always post it in the downloads section
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