[NTLK] > [kinda OT] Re: A Newton story

sir iZaac sirizaac at gmail.com
Thu Nov 29 00:51:20 EST 2018


> [NTLK] [kinda OT] Re: A Newton story
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> B Dudney kosmicdollop at saber.net 
Wed Nov 21 17:29:40 EST 2018
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> Hmmm, I’m suspecting by “labels” you may be referring to graphics.
> 
It actually is the <A B C, etc.> along the top for each column, as well as the numerics listed top to bottom eg. <1 2 3, etc.>  for each row. (-:

> Cheers!
> 
> B
> 
sir iZaac responded:
>>  I’m curious why he wanted it printed without labels.
> 
> My guess is it had to look <pretty> to upper management. 

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