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Things are looking up: After seven computer experts of different sorts had tried to save data on the Performa's hard disk, visited the office to do housekeeping and "tuneup and lube" jobs on it, and talked to the people who have have been trying to work with QuickBooks on our Performa, the clouds parted last Thursday and we have had no trouble since then. In this process, we learned some fairly basic things, which I have proposed to write up as the Ten Commandments for computer operators (including myself) who sincerely want to keep things running. The various consultants, and especially one very outspoken fellow, have been my source (e.g., "Stay out of the freaking system folder!"). But now that source has run dry, since he is off fixing other people's computers, and I will need six more commandments before the list can be made complete.Ellen McCrady, Editor
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