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I loved Sue Heim's list of problems that writers
encounter. Here's one I'd like to add:
-> Being expected to follow standards which includes
running around for signatures -- an action that
is strictly enforced at the lower levels but is
not enforced at the management level; thereby
screwing up all your documentation.
Whew! That was a long one...but I'm sure you get