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From: "James P. Colgate" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] TMG 4: Multiple notes
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 22:42:51 -0500
References: <5.2.0.9.2.20021112213754.027f5ab8@pop3.norton.antivirus>


----- Original Message -----
<snip>
>You could conceivable enter all
> information for a person in the Memo of a single tag. This is perfectly
> acceptable (if you say so) as it is _your_ data. But you would lose much
> of the power of TMG by doing this.
<snip>

Ken,
Just a though from a novice. It seems one way of doing it is to still enter
as much info into the tags as you want (BMDB, as well as others), thus
giving you the power of TMG. But then put double exclusion markers "--"
(without quotes) in the sentence structure for the "notable" individual who
needs this complex bio. Then you add this custom "Biography" (or whatever
you call it) tag, with all the wording in the memo, done the way you want
for your narratives.
James Colgate
Sharon, CT


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