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Subject:Re: Online docs in your portfolios From:Sharon Burton <sharonburton -at- EMAIL -dot- MSN -dot- COM> Date:Sat, 23 May 1998 17:41:28 -0700
This is not a good idea because remember YOU DON'T OWN THE BOOK. It could
cause problems with copyright, secrecy, etc.
I print out a topic or two in color and put them in the portfolio. The I
tell the story that goes with the help or manual.
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From: Bruce Byfield <bbyfield -at- AXIONET -dot- COM>
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Date: Saturday, 23 May, 1998 5:03 PM
Subject: Online docs in your portfolios
>Cassandra Lidgerding <clidgerding -at- PREMIS -dot- COM> wrote:
>>What is the best method of including online documentation in your
>You could do screen shots, and print them on a color printer.
>Another possibility: show up to the interview with an Acrobat version of
>Bruce Byfield, Outlaw Communications
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