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Product-specifit mail (WAS: Word 7.0 template problem)
Subject:Product-specifit mail (WAS: Word 7.0 template problem) From:Peter Gold <pgold -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 1 Feb 1997 06:53:13 -0800
Looks like there are strong opinions around! Cool!
I'm *interested* in questions on these issues, too. *Onging* Q&A
troubleshooting is what I meant to refer to.
My main interest was saving bandwidth as a specific question and followup
responses often begin to wander off-point. Taking the interchange
private and posting the resolution to the list could save time and
But, another unstated point was that product-specific newsgroups and
mailing lists are likely to have more people who know the topic, product,
problem, etc., well enough to provide good information quickly.
Thanks all who voiced their views.
pgold -at- netcom -dot- com
> > I'm wondering if I'm the only one who is thinking that ongoing Word,
> > HTML, Frame, and other product-related and detailed issues should be done
> > either in private email or on a product-specific list or newsgroup?>