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I was just on the phone with a user, walking him through something. At one point, I meant to say, "Alright, click OK." What I actually said was, "Ok, click Alright."
It's been a looooong day....
05-07-2003, 02:04 PM
the master is now becoming a student? :eek:
noes overclocked noes! :hihi:
05-07-2003, 03:30 PM
It's ok, back in the DOS days, I was in an executives office who was openly gay and I was trying to clean up his machine.
He was very interested in what I was doing and for some reason I kept making a typo while trying to type DefRag, I kept on typing DeFag.
05-07-2003, 03:44 PM
/tatoo deFag deFag! It's here, deFag!
You must've been blushing. :heh:
dopey's been trying to defag nija for quite some time. after a while you just give up :P
in other news...i'd say "click alright" and not worry to much about it. if they give me static, i figure they just don't think for themselves. i mean seriously, if you need everything to be exact in your directions, i pretty much can't help you.
05-07-2003, 05:19 PM
in other news...i'd say "click alright" and not worry to much about it. if they give me static, i figure they just don't think for themselves. i mean seriously, if you need everything to be exact in your directions, i pretty much can't help you. [/B][/QUOTE]
I guess you have not written any instructions/manual for the military.....we have to show them step by step....e.g remove screw #XXX using tool ABC then remove washer and so on and so on....literally.....:( ....we even include pictures/diagram in the instruction manual for them to look. But I guess, when you work on a multimillion dollar equipment you have to have step by step instruction.....:)
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