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Subject:Re: Win95 Conference 20-Jan-95 From:Kathleen Thompson <katht -at- MICROSOFT -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 5 Jan 1995 11:34:12 TZ
In case it's not obvious, I believe the contact email addresses
mentioned in this mail should be as follows:
a-stacet -at- microsoft -dot- com
scotthe -at- microsoft -dot- com
| different types of Win32 applications are represented. If you are interested
| in attending this conference, you can e-mail a-stacetmicrosoft.com and let
| her know. You should include the following information: your name, your
| If you're a third-party Help Authoring tools vendor, and you're interested
| in giving a presentation or showing your Windows 95 Help Authoring tool,
| please e-mail Scott Henson (scotthemicrosoft.com) for details on how this
| might be possible.