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Old 01-17-2007, 10:07 AM   #14
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We could'nt even come up with a hundred people interested. And most of them were in a category below the $320 sticker. It would have been nice with the MR logo.

@ da jane... Html is so easy to deal with. What I do is open the book with Word, pass it through a reformating macro,change the properties of the document and resave it under an other name in RTF format. That takes under two minutes. Quite worth it for a ten hour read. With PDF; open document in Acrobat reader, select all, copy and paste in Word. Then pass it through the macro and save in RTF. ET three minutes. The "copy" is the culprit in this process, it seems to go on forever...
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