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If you have not saved your work, you maroon, the program will prompt you to
save any changes when you click close.
If you are prompted to save your changes, do so. In the future save your
I see no problem with unsaved.
HTH, even if my exact message is a tad flaky . . . it's Friday, Bond19
(TWINE) is out, and I'm not going to get to see it . . . ;?(.
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kevin Feeman [SMTP:Kevin -dot- Feeman -at- micromass -dot- com]
> Sent: Friday, November 19, 1999 9:43 AM
> In writing a manual, a colleague suggested using the word "unsaved" for
> talking about files that have not been saved. Is unsaved really a word. It
> seems a little funny to me. I looked it up, and the word is for being
> "saved" as in Christianity.
As in "Christianity"? Come on, frequently words in the English language have
two or more unrelated uses, which makes for really nifty double-entendres