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Hi, Kat. Thanks for the note. I'm also verrrrry grateful that FrameMaker
has good built-in recovery. Otherwise, I'd have lost a day's work.
BTW, as luck would have it, I recently bought a new Dell, which came with
Windows XP. Unfortunately, I've been so busy working on the monster
FrameMaker project on my laptop that I haven't had a chance to play with my
new 'puter. However, by the end of this week, I definitely will have a
chance to do that, so I was glad to see your comments about XP.
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