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Subject:Re: Imprinting (so-called) From:Karen Kay <karenk -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 5 May 1995 22:19:30 -0700
Arlen P. Walker said:
> Just yesterday, the people I share an office with -- an MBA and an EE
> grad -- failed, in 15 or 20 minutes of searching with the latest tools,
> to find a file the name of which the MBA had forgotten. I got out my
> of ages-old MS-DOS utilities and found the file in five minutes or so.
> And I could do it with a tool which we just purchased.
I'm curious as to how you do this search. If you do it by contents of
the file, you can do this w/ MS Word. I use this feature constantly.