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Subject:Re: Keye Seminar From:AnnMacknz <AnnMacknz -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 6 Mar 1998 11:50:08 EST
In a message dated 98-03-06 10:45:14 EST, you write:
<< Has anyone ever attended a seminar presented by Keye
Productivity Center? Keye is a division of the American Management
Association (AMA). I received a brochure with details about a
seminar on how to write user manuals. It seems pretty interesting
but I wanted to check if anyone out there has heard of them just
to make sure I wouldn't be wasting my time.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! >>
I've attended a seminar with this name put on by the same company.
They followed through on their guarantee of a refund for dissatisfied