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Re: Heart attack time!

What a way to have apoplexy! I am so glad you found the work, Kitty.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net>
To: "Agardenchat" <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, February 20, 2005 11:27 AM
Subject: [CHAT] Heart attack time!

Didja ever spend a lot of time on a project, save it to a disk, then when
you opened it the disk was empty?

On Saturdays, we have no customers at my work, so for the most part, the day
is mine. I was working on a project. About ten garden groups from our
display gardens had handed in their plant wish lists. I coordinated most of
their requests - even stayed there a couple hours after closing to get
semi-finished to a point. Spent about 8 hours on it finding plants in
catalogues, substituting better choices, making a table to work from when I
write the orders up. Put the file on a diskette and brought the whole pile

I just now opened the file to begin working on it again. It's on the disk,
but when I opened it, it was a blank page. Tried again. Nothing. Holy
s.....! Did I save it on the work computer?? not sure.....

Before jumping in the car to see if the file is at work, I gave it one more
shot. I put the diskette in my E drive instead of the A drive. My E is a
removable Superdisk drive. It takes both Superdisks and regular diskettes.

And it worked. Whew!

neIN, Z5

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