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Re: Keeping Track of Plants

In a message dated 98-10-07 19:00:04 EDT, Bob writes:

<< If you use windows95-98 you probably have Paint which is a
 graphics program that would work fine. >>

Hi Bob .. Well it all seems simple enough, but I have a hard time drawing a
straight line - or any kind of specific shape - with a pen and paper... I'm
atrocious (sp?) with the mouse..  Cripes, I'd NEVER recognize the bed I drew -
BBut it's worth a try.

Thanks Bob - Ronnie
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