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Subject:Re: How would you From:Ann Mackenzie <AnnMacknz -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 28 Aug 1997 09:43:27 -0400
It sounds like the programmer has a preference among the software fixes "if
#1 doesn't work try #2" For that reason, I would number *and name* each fix
in the title before going on to explain it.
Ann Mackenzie: AnnMacknz -at- AOL -dot- com
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