As for accessability and printing - there are browser plugins available that render DjVu documents in browser window, with specific controls. Unfortunately, Mozilla is not supported on Windows, so I have to use IE for that. There are plugins for UNIX platforms and Macs as well, although I didn't try them. All this stuff is linked from http://djvuzone.org/
, at Downloads section.<br /><br />There is also an elder product, called DjVu Solo, which is a stand-alone viewer for DjVu documents. However, I don't know where can it be downloaded currently, or perhaps I have searched their site not good enough. Anyway, the IE plugin can handle printing itself - just right-click on a document and choose Print... I believe it is similiar for the other platforms.<br /><br />It is also worth to note that the library allowing to handle DjVus to anyone intrested in writing his own viewer, is GPL'd, and can be accessed via Sourceforge (linked from the mentioned site).<br /><br />Quality of printing is as good as original scanning quality - DjVu basically is an image compression technology specially suited for things like black-and-white books, plus a format to bound it and different other existing formats into one document, similar to PDF.<br /><br />BTW, I've used to print "Teach Yourself Greek" book that I have acquired as DjVu (335 pages, 5MB... oh well, still not 12
), but later I have came upon this site and I think I will switch to White. TYG seems to be too aligned upon english-speaking people, while my native is Russian... Besides, White did write for children, which also simplifies things
<br /><br />Oh, and, Lumen_et_umbra, did this happen to be a mimic of my poor English?
Any corrections are warmly appeciated...