Re: Visio woes
I had dabbled with a trial version of MS Visio some years ago on my own, but now I can't find any trial versions available unless you buy a suite of stuff from MS. I told one recruiter I'd be glad to download the open office version of Visio, but nope, their client wanted experience with the real thing.
Am I SOL or does anyone have an extra legitimate copy they no longer need?
-- Ken in Atlanta
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