Vista, aka Longhorn, STC Phoenix December Meeting

Subject: Vista, aka Longhorn, STC Phoenix December Meeting
From: "Karen L. Zorn" <k -dot- zorn -at- zorntech -dot- com>
To: "'TECHWR-L'" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 15:32:46 -0700

For anyone in the Phoenix metro area, you may be interested in our
December meeting:
Tuesday, December 6, 2005
Networking - 5:30 PM Dinner - 6:00 PM Program - 6:30 PM
Stay Clear, Confident, and Connected with Vista!

Keith Garred, Microsoft Senior Technologist, will demo Microsoft's new
operating system Vista (formerly known as Longhorn). Just back from
training in Seattle, Keith will provide the latest information on new
features and capabilities with Vista, offering clear, confident and
connected operations for personal and business computing. Bring your
questions and join us!

For more information, go to www.stc-phoenix.com.

Karen L. Zorn
Zorn Technologies, Inc.
Mesa, AZ

O: 480.354.0537
M: 480.226.4409

Documentation, Training, FrameMaker Consulting


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