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>Kat Nagel cited me incorrectly as the person who "...did a 530-page
>manual in Word for Macintosh 5.1,..." Not me. Never touch the stuff. I'm
>strictly a DOS type (well, a little Unix now and then never hurts...).
>A trivial point and no harm done, but just a reminder to all of us to be
>careful when we quote each other. It's easy to get confused.
>mikim -at- mcdata -dot- com
Sorry, I just used the automatic reply function. Were you quoting someone
else? Or did it somehow pick up the tag from another message? Weird.
Kat Nagel, MasterWork Consulting Services
Technical writing / Editing / Document design / Research
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