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Subject:Re: laser vs inkjet printers From:Marc Santacroce <santa -at- TFS -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 3 Feb 1995 16:37:33 -0800
Laser seems the best choice IMHO, but I am intrigued by your dot matrix
than can be changed into a jet or laser. Tell me more!
At 4:55 PM 2/3/95 -0600, Bailey, Doug S wrote:
>>In-Reply-To: laser vs inkjet printers, From: Caryn Rizell <caryn
>>>I would love to hear anyone's comments/opinions about the
>>>pros and cons of the printers they use at home.
>>>Thanks very much. Since this isn't exactly technical
>>>writing related (although this is a business purchase
>>>for me), please reply to me personally and not to the
>>I think this is very related to technical communication. I would very much
>>like to hear the responses also.
>Same here. I have a dot matrix at home, and could upgrade to
>an inkjet for $200, or a laser for $400. Which to choose? Arrgh!
>Douglas S. Bailey, Technical Writer
>System Software Documentation
>Huntsville, AL 35894-0001
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