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Can you copy me in on that info? Sorry about the late
and very public reply, but your e-mail address doesn't
show in the Digest.
Subject: Documentation Plan
From: Jo Baer
Date: Mon, 05 Jun 2000 16:56:44 -0500
Phew! I just finished sending copies of my
documentation plan PDF file
to over 60 people! The only way I could seem to do it
was one by one,
and I was zoning out by the end of the list. So, if
anyone got my cheery
little note but no attached file, please let me know
and I'll try again.
For those of you who got two copies, I apologize.
Also, Karla Saari Kitalong: when I replied to your
message, I got a
"user unknown" return. Please send me an email
address, and I'll be
happy to forward the PDF file to you.
I'm amazed by the response, and I hope that some of
the elements of the
plan will prove useful. I sent a copy to Eric for
posting on the web
site if he thought it looked good enough.
Thanks for your interest,
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