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Re: SHOUTING in e-mail

On Mon, 28 Apr 2003 12:39:22 EDT, you wrote:

>It seems to me, we as a group, could be a little more sensitive to a members 
>needs.  This person is apparently new to the computer, computer language, has 
>not typed in 40 some odd years and is visually impaired. I too, can relate to 
>some of these problems. I am sure a similar situation will arise and I am 
>hoping that maybe it could be handled differently now and in the future. I 
>know there is a way of setting the text on one's computer to a larger font 
>size for the receiving readers email. Perhaps, someone could post this method 
>to solve the problem to the new member rather loss a new member - what a 
>Just my opinion and my thoughts,

It's all very well to be sensitive to people's needs, but the first
post I saw (and I may not have been paying attention) was a
complaining one and the whole tone of it wasn't very nice.  I'm more
apt to be nice and gentle with people who don't attack me.

Rosalie Beasley in MD

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