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I second this one, also. I have a whole 2" binder on my desk of things I've
printed from the discussions on this page in the last 2 months. I've used
it many times & so have others in our IT Operations department. They come
to me for suggestions & I pull the page from the binder & give them a copy.
I wouldn't let a little pettiness drive you off!! As Juley says, delete
anything you don't want. There's too much worth keeping to throw the
Lead Technical Writer
Nextel Communications, Inc.
Lorrie -dot- Staples -at- nextel -dot- com
Juley Torkomian wrote:
>>A couple of months ago when I was brand new to the list I witnessed a
squabble and wrote a post much like yours. I was ready to sign off the list
some members wrote me to say give it another try, you really can get some
information here. They also reminded me that there is a delete key and that
don't have to read all the posts that come through. They were right. I can
delete (and do) a lot of the posts but I've needed help on several occasions
these folks have never failed me. They are a wonderful resource and I'd be