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About 60 days past I begged for, and received, opinions regarding WinHelp
I promised results of the survey (RoboHelp was preferred by more) with
quotes. TECHWR-L was in a "do I need permission to say what you said" mode at
the time and I asked for OKs to quote some of the astute replies. (All
astute; some were more _astute-er_ than others.) %
Before I could gather in the go/no go replies, the almost-new NEC 9514 died
the SECOND time in as many months. %
If anyone wants an opinion on NEC, NEC computers, and NEC-contracted on-site
and bench tech support, post a note to johnfglenn -at- aol -dot- com -dot- %
ANYWAY, I'm digging through papers trying to locate the hard copy of the
If you responded, please post a note with an _OK to quote_ or _don't quote_
comment. (I will NOT NOT NOT quote anything that would get us into trouble.)
john glenn (johnfglenn -at- aol -dot- com) %
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