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> Dorothy McGovern wrote:
> >>>>We're in the process of upgrading our software and we've run into
> a timecrunch. Therefore, only a portion of the software package is
> beingupgraded for this first release. Other portions will be upgraded
> insubsequent releases.Right now we're using the terms "old" and "new"
> to describe thedifference between these two types, but that's obviously
> not going towork well when we release the product.Any suggestions
> that you have for these standard and enhanced moduleswould be
Joanne Grey Senior Technical Writer
j -dot- grey -at- worldnet -dot- att -dot- net I speak for myself
joann -at- genesyslab -dot- com http://www.genesyslab.com
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