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Seems the posting rules reminders from yesterday
AM have been carefully ignored. This isn't a gender-issues
list, a grammar list, or a English usage list--it's
for technical communication. Take all inappropriate
I'll be suspending posting privileges for further
flagrant off-topic postings.
Eric J. Ray RayComm, Inc. http://www.raycomm.com/ ejray -at- raycomm -dot- com
*Award-winning author of several popular computer books
*Syndicated columnist: Rays on Computing
*Technology Department Editor, _Technical Communication_