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Subject:Re: nice way to word a nasty warning From:Elisabeth Zakes <ezakes -at- PLANVIEW -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 16 Jun 1999 11:26:17 -0500
On Wednesday, June 16, 1999 11:07 AM, Comeau, Lisa
[SMTP:Lisa -dot- Comeau -at- MOH -dot- GOV -dot- ON -dot- CA] wrote:
> "Downloading things like screensavers form the Internet can cause
> with other programs on your PC. If your PC has a non-standard
> the speed and accuracy of your support may suffer."
> Any suggestions?
> Lisa Comeau
Items downloaded from the Internet, such as screensavers, may cause
conflicts with other programs on your system. If you have a non-standard
system configuration, the speed and accuracy of your support may be