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#1 Raygr

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Posted 20 April 2005 - 01:22 PM

:thumbsup: I've been involved with puters since introducing the Commodore 64 to Australia and have been self employed as a VAR for the past 19 years. Despite having worked on all manner of PCs, from time to time I still get stuck on some of the "undocumented features" that appear on client's and my own machines. The retentive qualities of my brain still work well but at times I do need to ask for help in the forums. So hope I can contribute something useful or helpful along the way.
Ray. [QUOTE]Do it once, Do it well. Help build a better Australia. :flowers:

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#2 jgweed

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Posted 20 April 2005 - 04:33 PM

As VIC starter( ah those slow tape drives we had then!), I can sympathise with you; computing becomes more and more complex each year, so much so that no one can hope to be an expert in every area.
Our friendly community of users are more than willing to share the knowledge and expertise they have gained in areas where perhaps others may need help. We all learn from one another.
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