RE: weight as measure (was recommended reading )

Subject: RE: weight as measure (was recommended reading )
From: "Justin Ressler" <JRessler -at- ewa-denver -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 26 Jul 2002 13:43:25 -0600



Remember in high school (ok...college...) when you had to write a paper of a
specific length? You would shorten the margins, maybe sneak the font a
size bigger...it seems I am doing the same thing now.

The gentleman who approves some of our documents has a hang up about
thickness. I was told by one of his co-workers to use a larger font, and
maybe a few extra page breaks simply because the man would not open a
document that appears to be too thin.

I understand that in the past he might have felt a bit ripped off on
content...but that is a bit archaic. So instead of making the document more
user friendly, I have to sacrifice usability and cater to this one man...the
approving authority.

When I took it to my boss yesterday, the document was 130+ pages, he
jokingly said "I don't know, maybe we should print it single sided."


Justin
Who doesn't know what day it is, cause they all bleed together...someone
told him it was Friday?!?


--Today, for revenge, I hid a little Easter egg. When the user clicks to
hear a test sound, they get to hear Homer Simpson singing Space Cowboy.

Yahooooo!




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