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We're trying to figure out whether to pin our memory & crashing problems
here on Frame 4 or Word 6. Sounds like they both are monsters!
Sally Marquigny Network Imaging Systems
sallym -at- msmailhq -dot- netimage -dot- com Herndon, VA
"Language is a virus from outer space" -- William S. Burroughs
[Seen a massacre of the English language lately? Send it to me at my
address above to add to a collection that I will post to the list.]
To: Sally Marquigny
Subject: Re: Advice sought re:office setup
Date: Tuesday, July 12, 1994 3:30PM
me, too - I was dedicated MAC user until I had to switch to Word for Windows
when I left the freelance world and sold out. Actually, there are
many good things about both - it's kinda like getting into a war over
to use a standard screwdriver or a Phillips Head - depends on the
My husband says we have a mixed marriage - I'm MAC, and he's PC...
By the way, anyone else having memory problems or master document
problems in Word 6.0 for Windows?
AT&T College and University Systems (ACUS)
On Mon, 11 Jul 1994, Karen Steele wrote:
> > You always hear of people switching from IBM (DOS/WINDOWS/UNIX,
> > etc.) to Mac. You never hear of anyone switch from a Mac to the other
> > systems. (I'm sure that will bring out the comments.)
> > --Yvette
> While one hesitates to disagree with others, I'd like to say
> "Now you have!"
> And now I've switched to the NeXT -- perhaps I'm just fickle...