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Subject:Misquotes again From:Robert Maxey <Bob_Maxey -at- MTN -dot- 3COM -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 3 Nov 1998 18:27:14 -0700
>>>>>>>>Hayward Johnson wrote:
> *Sigh* Will we never learn?
> >Robert Maxey wrote:
> >> >>Forget it! I recently tried to use word to put together a catalog
> >> >>it kept crashing. With the version I was using, Word 97, I found I
> >> >>only put in around 3 large photos before it started acting up.
Please be careful with quoted text. I did not write the above. I have
briefly commented on this subject, but the above are not my words. It is
not a problem, unless it is something that upsets people. Please be