• Subject: Re: Too many answer to simple questions--the manual option
  • From: email@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (James W Kilgore)
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jan 1999 02:38:00 -0800
  • Organization: Progressive Data Systems, Inc.

I could be way off base, but I would rather spend 5 minutes and $500 to get a 
copy (along with the "free" cd) then spend 5 days and x reams of paper, x print
cartridges and who knows how much TIME!

I'll shred a single tree and pay to plant six, but please don't make me into an 
site printing press .... I'm just a lowly S/A in need of a decent index.

James W. Kilgore

Andreas Kollwitz wrote:

> > Has anyone had any luck printing the manuals?  My experience using both PC
> > software and the 400 is that it's impossible to preserve page breaks and
> > things are often clipped on the right side.
> right: printing that stuff is letting die a lotta trees for paper... bad
> fonts...
> ...and i have had _never_ success in just opening the API reference under WIN
> 3.1 (always crashing)... so for over 2 yrs i didnt look at the frisbee manuals
> (although they might have become better quality..)
> I think the very best option is to get all PDF manuals form IBM's site. 
> that cost our money and time.

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