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>I can report that the problem was resolved
>about 10 am this morning. The Manager accepted
>a doc that he was happy with or at least was
>what he wanted. I personally will hope that
>I'm never connected with it because I consider
>it a horrible
Diane...When you presented the document, did you accompany it with the
bill? Did he sign off on it?
I can hear it now..."Diane...I was looking over the document last
night...would you mind making just this one little change?...oh, and
this font...mind bumping it up a point or two?...should only take you a
couple of minutes...oh, BTW...the parameter on page 7, I was talking to
my system developer and he told me that it changed last week, should
only take a moment or two.."