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Sure. As long as you know whaere that other place is:
1) Start at Point A (your building)
2) Go to Point B (the other location)
3) Write down how you got there.
4) Go back to Point A and using what you wrote, go there.
5) If you arrive, go back to Point A where I assume your PC is and
type it, spell check it, distribute it, and go to the next project.
If you didn't arrive, go back to Point A and make a left instead of a
right. See if this works better.
--- "Peter Shea (USF)" <pshea2 -at- luna -dot- cas -dot- usf -dot- edu> wrote:
> I am trying to create directions from where my building is located
> to another location across town.
> Does anyone have any suggestions on ways to go about doing this?
John Posada, Senior Technical Writer,
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