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Re: word/line wrap




Doesn't anybody know what the "Carriage Return" key is for anymore ?
On these modern machines they call it  "Enter". You simply  hit "enter"
when the 
cursor gets toward the right side of your screen.
Then the receiving parties don't get these chopped up looking messages
with 80
characters in one line, 5 characters in the next line, etc.

On Fri, 22 Jun 2001 00:05:33 -0500 (CDT) "Timothy J. Salo"
<salo@saloits.com> writes:
...
 I thought it was agreed that line/word wrap should be handled 
> on the RECEIVING end.   ...
> > 	[...]
> 
> Oh really?
>
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