Easier cross-referencing for user manuals?

Subject: Easier cross-referencing for user manuals?
From: caroline nachman <caroline -at- SQN -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 3 Jan 1996 13:28:22 -0800

Cross-referencing is one of the most useful enhancements to any collection of
notes and ideas. But traditionally it's been a time-=
consuming, difficult task. That's why many serious researchers, collectors,
academics and authors never get around to extensive cro=
ss-referencing of their notes and ideas.

Now easy to use software which runs on any IBM-compatible PC is available --
FREE -- to make cross-referencing fast and easy. It's=
called SquareNote, and it's time-tested by thousands of users at 1,100+
colleges and universities, and by thousands of professional=
s, researchers and business people in 39 countries around the world.

For information about getting your free copy of SquareNote3.5, email
"SQN35NET -at- SQN -dot- COM". Or just download SquareNote3.5 from our w=
ebsite, "HTTP://SQN.COM". It takes just three minutes to download, less than
that to install on your PC. Happy cross-referencing!

Caroline Nachman, SQN Inc. | For free SquareNote3.5,
"Collects, organizes,indexes | email "sqn35net -at- sqn -dot- com"
best ideas, notes, clippings." | or open "http://sqn.com";

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