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Subject:RE: Back to the Dark Ages. From:jgarison -at- ide -dot- com To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 19 Jun 2002 11:28:38 -0400
Personally, I MUCH prefer doing the typing, etc., myself. I cannot write as
fast in longhand as I can on a keyboard. I certainly can't edit anywhere
near as quickly. Most of the font stuff is handled by styles, so I don't
really have to think about that aspect until the "tart it up" phase at the
very end. And, since I write mostly in Dreamweaver these days, there's
precious little of that to deal with any longer.
From: mgmiller -at- goodwriter -dot- com [mailto:mgmiller -at- goodwriter -dot- com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 19, 2002 11:20 AM
Subject: RE: Back to the Dark Ages.
A question for those who used pencil and paper and then sent their
writing to the word processor: did you like it better when you were
able to concentrate on the writing and not be distracted by fonts and
graphics and headers and footers and page numbering and master documents
and print drivers and operating systems because someone else handled all
Or do you like it better being in control of every aspect with the tools?
Marlene, who is fussing with Flash right now and not writing much at
all. . .
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