Re: Are You Sure? (Fri.)
I am of the opinion that a simple "are you sure?" dialog would not
have assured prevention of this, as most people will look at an
error they've just made and not notice it. The SW would have
to actually compare the price entered to the current market price
and then pop up an "are you crazy?" message.
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RE: Are You Sure? (Fri.): From: Neumann, Eileen
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