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Subject:Re: TW role in Y2K issues From:Don Smith <dsmith -at- ACCESSBEYOND -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 8 May 1997 11:44:27 EST
"Oh, heavens, no! What about the PC or Mac you use to write your doc,
as well as your software tools? Are they all year 2000 compliant?"
Mine is just fine. (Work and home.) Check yours. If Windows, go in and
change the date to (for example), 2002 and enter. See what happens.
Chances are very good that it will be fine, if you are using Windows.