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On the official site for downloading lego instructions, the filenames are often quite cryptic, and many sets have as many as six different files you can download and sometimes it's hard to tell which one you want. Can anyone enumerate what all those various part of the filename mean?

Examples 1:

Woody's Roundup! 7594

BI 3005/48 - - Download size: 5.71 Mb
BI 3005/48 - - Download size: 5.71 Mb
BI 3005/48 - 7594 V 110 2/2 - Download size: 5.94 Mb
BI 3005/60 - 7594 V 110 1/2 - Download size: 5.91 Mb
BI 3005/60 - 7594 V 140 1/2 - Download size: 5.91 Mb
BI 3005/60 - 7594 V 29 1/2 - Download size: 5.87 Mb
BI 3005/60 - 7594 V 39 1/2 - Download size: 5.87 Mb

Here's what I've figured out so far BI = building instructins 3005 = set number 48 or 60 = ?? 7594 = ?? V = version 110, 140, etc = ?? 29 = A4 paper 39 = US letter paper 1/2 and 2/2 = the booklet number

Example 2:

Batman™: Arkham Asylum Breakout 10937
 BI 3016/12-65G - Download size: 4.68 Mb
 BI 3016/12-65G - Download size: 4.68 Mb
 BI 3016/68+4*- - Download size: 12.79 Mb
 BI 3016/68+4*- - Download size: 12.79 Mb
 BI 3016/76+4*- - Download size: 15.96 Mb
 BI 3016/76+4*- - Download size: 15.96 Mb
 BI 3016/80+4/65+115g - Download size: 14.5 Mb
 BI 3016/80+4/65+115g - Download size: 14.5 Mb

Now this one's even crazier 68+4* huh?? And it kind of looks like all the files are duplicated? Or is the second one possibly a newer or bugfixed version?

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Apparently the number atfer the "/" (48,60...) seems to be the number of pages –  Joubarc Mar 3 at 20:26
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Also, the page itself says: Building instructions labeled "NA" or "V39" may be printed on US standard letter size paper (8½ in × 11 in, 215.9 mm × 279.4 mm). Building instructions labeled "IN" or "V29" may be printed on EU standard A4 paper (210 mm × 297mm, 8.3 in × 11.7 in.) –  Joubarc Mar 3 at 20:28
    
Based on Jobarc's comment, it appears the numbers with plus signs between them after the slash, eg 68+4 (72) and 80+4 (84) are number of pages as well, though I'm not sure why in some cases they break out the numbers with an extra sheet (4 pages) separate –  Jessica Brown Mar 4 at 23:26

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