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P D Sterling

I thought I knew what I was doing; I created a letterhead.dot, but can't
seem to convince it to only put footers on the first page of a letter. I
tried help, but just didn't ask the question right. I know I have had
this before! Any advice will be gratefully appreciated.
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Regards,

P D Sterling
New York, Texas & Texas, New York
 
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P D Sterling

that is so cool, and I thank you. I suppose it would be graceless to
point out that you need to check spelling on that page - unless you yell
Viola! when you find your viola, instead of Voilà!

Regards,

P D Sterling
New York, Texas & Texas, New York
 
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P D Sterling

that is such a reasonable suggestion - I guess I never though of page 1
being "different,' but instead thought page 2 was the different one.
Many thanx for the advice!!!

Regards,

P D Sterling
New York, Texas & Texas, New York
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

You just need to think of every page *after* page 1 as being different!
 
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P D Sterling

okay - that seems to work - many thanx for the advice!

Regards,

P D Sterling
New York, Texas & Texas, New York
 
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Terry Farrell

In Greg's defense, viola is a real word (it is a flower), so the spell
checker would not pick up the mistake. Knowing Greg, I expect he wrote that
at some uncivilised hour of the morning (or night).

Terry Farrell
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

"Violet" is a flower; I've never heard of one called "viola," but I defer to
your superior horticultural knowledge.
 
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Terry Farrell

A violet is part of the genus viola - an enormous group of plants.

Terry
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

I especially liked this one:

Why do violists stand for long periods outside people's houses?
They can't find the key and they don't know when to come in.

But the "Entry Exam For The BBC Symphony Orchestra--Viola Players" is
priceless!
 
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P D Sterling

this is a scream, and I appreciate Suzanne's note, indicating that all
us computer enthusiasts are not monomaniacs!

Regards,

P D Sterling
New York, Texas & Texas, New York
 
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P D Sterling

Violas are something akin to pansies or flags.

Regards,

P D Sterling
New York, Texas & Texas, New York
 
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