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>At 10:05 AM 9/3/96 EDT, Cheryl Kidder wrote:
>>Our problem is that once data is deleted in our system, it is not
>>recoverable. Because of this, we cannot use commonly accepted icons such as
OS/2's GUI (I believe) had this same problem at one point. They opted to
use a shredder icon until the OS developed to where they could use a trash can.
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