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This brings up an interesting point about help and other software
documentation. I have found that many times it is just as useful to
include what you *cannot* do, as to include what you *can* do.
Obviously you would have to apply this principle sparingly, but I
think it has many benefits in many situations.
From: Paula Puffer [SMTP:techwrtr -at- CEI -dot- NET]
Sent: Monday, May 19, 1997 12:16 AM
Subject: Gantt Chart
Question can I do a Gantt Chart in Excel?
I can't find anything in the help so right now I am assuming no.