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Off Topic -- Trifocals

Clarence Mahan wrote:

:  It may be
:  these trifocals I wear which cause me to have to continually move my head up
:  and down to see all areas of the screen.  Clarence Mahan in VA, trying to
:  evoke sympathy after making egrecious error.  

As one of the generation that went from punched cards to PCs, I have to "plug"
variable focal length lenses.  It's like having the close-up portion of
bifocal/trifocal lenses blown up to full size.  A great convenience  for long
sessions at the computer, as no "head bobbing" is required.  

Sharon McAllister (73372.1745@compuserve.com)
who still hasn't adjusted to bifocals 

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