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Subject:Re: Crash Course in Word for non-writers From:Buck & Tilly Buchanan <writer -at- DHC -dot- NET> Date:Mon, 21 Apr 1997 12:06:40 -0500
Wilcox, John (Contractor) wrote:
> I would love to still be using it, but alas, Word is the dictated
> standard here.
Just came back from a meeting with the boss on my project. I'm
contracting from home. He said, "I don't care what software you use, as
long as it produces a Linotronic Postscript file."
I suppose I'll use Frame because we need to learn it, but sure would
like to stay with VP 4.2
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