SERVICE MANUAL REVISION

Subject: SERVICE MANUAL REVISION
From: Allen Judd <AJudd -at- EFJOHNSON -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 21 Jan 1997 11:18:23 -0600

My company prints service manuals for all of our products to be used by
service techs. The service techs that use these manuals are wondering
if they have the latest revision of the manual. Does anyone have an idea
of how a printed manual can be marked so that a user can tell if it is the
latest revision?

Thanks,
Al
ajudd -at- efjohnson -dot- com

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