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Subject:Re: printing odd page sequences in Word From:Sue Heim <sue -at- RIS -dot- RISINC -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 16 May 1996 09:59:41 PST
To my suggestion to Eric regarding printing using ClickBook, Averil
> Glad to hear it works for you, Sue. We get a lot of calls from people for
> whom it didn't. Primary complaints (some may have been fixed) seem to be
> that it only handles 132 pages, that it dies if pages are too complex, that
> it takes too long, and that your program must use the standard Windows
> drivers. I have no idea if it has been updated for Windows 95 or NT. On the
> positive side, you don't need a PostScript printer.
Yes, it *has* been updated for Win95 (and no, I've not had any
problems with it since I've installed the new version).
You can't please all the people all the time... but it *does* work
for me! <grin>
And yes, I didn't touch "sundry!" <grin>
Research Information Systems
Carlsbad, California USA
Email: Sue -at- ris -dot- risinc -dot- com
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