Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2008 16:43:49 -0600
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From: Mary <mlhoward@AVALON.NET>
Subject: Re: how to export a nice graph or outputs into Excel or Word
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Depends on the reader, Peter. I've read that you were in the World Trade Center on 9/1l, and thus *for you* it may be harder to read the book that Bush was reading to the children on 9/11.
"After Card informed him that the second plane had hit the second tower, Bush continued reading the book for over seven minutes. "
I've read that in some ways, it is easier to read good literature than mediocre books. Hopefully whomever becomes the next president, McCain, Obama, or Clinton, will have read War and Peace along their journey, and have the good sense to put it down when circumstances call for quick action.
From: Peter Flom
SAS GRAPH does have a steeper learning curve - it is harder to read War and Peace than My Pet Goat