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Re: saving/printing messages

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MaryAnn Kohl (maryann)
Wed, 9 Jun 99 11:14:09 -0700

>I just highlight the part I want to keep, copy it, and then paste in on
>a new document sheet. I save it as something and then print it out when
>I can . Sometimes I dont same and just print it at that time. If
>there is another way, hey, I want to know also.

Microsoft WORD has a thing I like where you can make a "table". I cut and
paste idas into the table. Then you can sort the table alphabetically.
It's not too hard to learn, but isn't a one minute thing. Now I use
table-saving for everything. You can have different columns and sort by
things different ways.

For example, I am saving websites for people about art. I have four
1. the website's name
2. the type of website it is
3. the person who sent in the idea
4. my own review of the site

I can sort the sites by type, and they will line up alphabetically. Or
then I can sort by who sent them in, and so forth. Very nice. But a
little complicated until you get the hang of it.

MaryAnn F. Kohl (WA)