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To: KyMT

Posted By: EWM on 2008-09-08
In Reply to: To EWM - KyMT

That's great!! Now I understand how you do it. I guess when you work in a large typing pool, doing hospital work, this isn't possible. I work for a service and my account is for a large hospital, with lots of others in the pool. I don't have the advantage of seeing what you see on your screen. Good luck to you. Glad you spoke up for yourself and were rewarded!!

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