Re: When do people consult documentation?

Subject: Re: When do people consult documentation?
From: Sabahat Ashraf <sabahat_ashraf -at- MENTORG -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 1997 13:36:37 EST

What Kim says comes as no surprise, [and shouldn't to other students of Dr Bob
Krull]. IMHO, what it proves is that the one thing people do even less *often*
[thought maybe with less distaste] than admitting they don't know something is
reading the manual. Which is not to say that they at all like admitting that
they don't know something ... Am I making sense?

Sabahat.

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