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From: Richard Brogger <>
Subject: [TMG] One picture is worth a thousand words.
Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2001 14:29:44 -0600
A recent post about making a filter was, IMO, lacking in
sufficient detail for most beginners.
At TMG Tips: http://www.tmgtips.com are two tutorials about
making filters. If you have not read them, you should.
For people giving answers:
It looks to me that most list members do not know about or
have forgotten about . One reason
TMG-L_Annex was created was so that we could include files
that can not be attached to messages to this list. If you
are answering a question and, for example, a screen shot
would clarify your answer, use the Annex. You can then post
a message to this list to inform them that your answer with
step by step instructions and illustrations is available at
http://www.egroups.com for download.
I can not speak for Lee but if you did a nice job he might
include your work at http://www.tmgtips.com. If beginners
will use his site, that question will not need to be
If someone is writing a message and would like to include a
table, the table will be a mess when it is opened as an
email message but that table will look the way it should if
it is produced in a format that most readers can open.
NotePad or WordPad would often be better than email,
especially if you pick the right font.
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