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Hmm, it would appear that I did leave out the fact that the 3.1
machine I was referring to is not on a network, so I am limited to
saving whatever I get to a 3.5 diskette--and I had to hunt for those
here at work.
So, I think the suggestion to use a digital camera is most likely the
best option. The geeks most likely won't like the idea of downloading
any freeware and I know beyond the shadow of a doubt that the powers
that be are not going to authorize any kind of purchase right now.
Oh well, last Thursday for me for three weeks!!!!!
"You're nobody until you get Grrr'd."
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