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Re: opening documents


From: Deb Mortl (dmortl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Sep 06 2001 - 04:33:29 PDT

My critique worksheet was sent as a word document - wasn't there just
"analysis.doc" somewhere in your email that you could click on and then the
word program would open up, along with the attachment? I can snail mail it
to you if you can't get it to open....
>So often when someone sends a longer document, such as Deb's critique sheet
>or Bill's Drawing and Paintitng curriculum, I am unable to decipher it. It
>comes through as just a huge series of run on letters and numbers which
>no sense. Is there any way for me to decode this? Or is it that my
>computer is not set up to accept the format the documents are sent in?
>and Deb, can you send it a Word document? I usually have my husband help
>with this kind of thing, but he is not home at the moment.

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