re: HELP: URGENT: PowerPoint Expert

Subject: re: HELP: URGENT: PowerPoint Expert
From: holmegm -at- comcast -dot- net
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com (TECHWR-L)
Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2004 16:17:44 +0000

Marni Barilone wrote:

>As for more details in the email, it was kind of a
>kludgy problem and it seemed best not to hog server
>space and/or digest space with all the stuff that was
>completely irrelevant to most people.

Thanks for not taking the "smart questions" advice
personally ;) Still, a read of that page may help you
out in the long run. But if a different strategy works
for you, cool. Naturally, no offense was intended. I
am genuinely glad that you got the help you needed.

Unfortunately, the problem and the solution are now
not in the archives for me or anybody else to find.
IMHO, that probably would be a better use of archive
space than "Help, I have an urgent (for me) problem"
and "Thanks, fixed offline". I point that out only
because you reference saving space as a reason to omit
the actual problem and solution from the public

Greg Holmes

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