Re: Thank God for good documentation
Interesting that the trouble shooting guide was "prepared by his squadron"
and not part of the document set.
It's funny how users have a way of evolving parallel document sets when the
original documents aren't useful, e.g. because not task orientated or
lacking in good trouble-shooting sections.
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