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Subject:Re: WIN95 advice From:Maynard Hogg <maynard -at- GOL -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 25 Feb 1997 08:08:30 +0900
Dawn Langley <CDLangley -at- AOL -dot- COM> wrote:
>I learned WIN95 today (primarily as an addition to my resume)....
>how important is it that I know this particular os?
My personal experience: I got Windoze 95J just in time because the
next month I started getting debugger manuals with sections describing
how to install the product under Windows 95. I had to load the disk
files into Word 95J to convert them to text for editing in *my* choice
of text processing software.
P.S. Pressure from work means that I have to take a vacation from
newsgroups and mailing lists until March 20. Please Cc: a copy of any
follow-up. I should get around to it within a week or so. <g>
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