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I appreciate the responses I've received on my recent posting about a
prospective job. They have given me some good ideas.
I apoligize for the quality of the posting; I did not proof read it and as
I said, I am lousey at keyboarding. (Perhaps I should try the Dvorak,
becasue Querty has always eluded me.) I also do not have a functioning spell
checker on Eudora. Our systems guy hasn't been able to get it to work.
I also want to thank those who responded with advice about making PDFs from
Word. That information was especially helpful.