Re: Computer manuals [WAS: Pierre Duncan etc.]
----- Original Message ----- From: "etienne garbaux" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2007 3:06 PM
Subject: Computer manuals [WAS: Pierre Duncan etc.]
Its possible the manuals are on-line. I have a Sony VAIO which came with a small brochure packed in with the back-up discs. The manuals are on-line. I downloaded them, many pages of instructions and specifications. Ink on paper printing is expensive and computer makers assume you will do everything on-line anyway. Also, they mostly can't write.Judy wrote:The day I realized that the manual for an upgrade lacked index entries for items in the menu, I realized all was lost. But by then I was trapped.I recently replaced my aging G4 with a PC workstation, and was very pleased to see that it came with a nice, thick manual. Until I opened it. 250 pages of lawyerly warnings in at least a dozen languages. (!!) No user manual of any sort.
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