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<snip> IBM would be the best source of BookMaster and BookManager coding. <snip>
I suppose it's time I put in another call to Willis.
I am a bit confused, however; on 3/17/96 Kris Olberg wrote:
<snip> . . . books tagged in BookMaster cannot be compiled using a BUILD product
running on a PC. <snip>
(Once again, thank you, Kris.)
Obviously, I've got to touch base with IBM. Probably not today, though. Late
yesterday afternoon, I was informed our April 1 application upgrade needs
documentation. (Gee, let's see what I have here in my bag of tricks. You say you
need that by . . . when? . . . next Thursday? . . . oh, Wednesday . . . no