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Re: Adobe Acrobat

  • Subject: Re: Adobe Acrobat
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Tue, 1 Oct 2002 17:09:08 -0600

SO glad to find a fellow cyberidiot!  It's not that it's beyond a normal
intelligence quotient to learn what to do and how to do it - it's that it's
so damned BORING!  The home computer and all its software was supposed to
be 'user friendly';  the trouble is that the geeks who design  hardware &
write software can do all this with half their brain tied behind their back
(to quote U-Know-Hoo) while the rest of us soldier on as best we can,
trying not to look hopelessly senile before our children and grandchildren.
My bible of computereeze is anything that has "....For Dummies" in its
title.  And I use a Mac - the so-called 'intuitive' operating system.  Hah!

>Hi Barry, Sandy and Laurie-
>So glad you all understand computereze. It's all I can do to type e-mails.
>Sorry - I'm no help on this stuff!.

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