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Subject:Re: Figures From:Karen Steele <karen -at- BILBO -dot- SUITE -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 5 Nov 1993 12:58:19 -0600
I use figures when and where I can. I put together figures when I have to, and
go to the
experts for the one's they can put together. It's my feeling that a graphic
enhances any page & lends itself to more readability.
The books I'm writing these days are Programmer References and System
Guides for new languages and operating systems. Figures really help explain