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Re: cd is on it's way

Bob - I don't know if if it me or the cd ,, or both? .. HAve told you there
are no cd room in this home computer ... suppose I must chage this soon
anyway and next will have. So I must go to the local libary to see it ...
me and my son (20 - so he is in the age where they know much more than
parents about computers you know) did last Saturday ... but then: there
were notthing on it??? Only a audio track he said - did we do anything
wrong or is it damaged in a way? I am so sorry to border you with this...
but ..?
And that is not the only thing - for that computer - when we should go
online the modem card were damaged .. and :((    was not a noce saturday ....

At 09:04 PM 25.1.00 -0800, you wrote:
>Hi everyone
>	I couldn't wait any longer. We sent out around 110+ cds today. Barbara
>is at home busily making the other 25 and they will be mailed soon.
>	I know there are errors on these. I just removed the top Niagara Falls
>which I quess was a seedling of this plant. I also made errors in
>spelling and alot more I don't even realize yet.
>	Anyway when you get yours if you put it in the cd drive and open the
>index.html file that is in the main folder you are all set. You could
>even copy the whole thing to your hard drive and once you open the
>index.html file in your browser just bookmark it like any website and
>that is all you would ever have to do.
>	Have fun.
>                Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308 
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