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Old July 29th, 2004, 11:33 AM
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Readers and Posters,

I am sorry that so many of these questions went unanswered for a while. Two of the authors of this book were unavailable for approximately 3 weeks. I have just completed a major business system conversion from a Unix based system to a SQL Server based system. I've been working about 12-14 hours a day the past three weeks! Whew!

But, that's winding down now and I will do my best to make sure that all questions get answered in a timely fashion.

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Hi All,
First, I'll echo Patricia's apologies for not ensuring that postings received prompt attention. Hopefully, our new process will ensure timely responses.
As with many developers, I'm involved with some major charitable endeavors! And, we all know how donated time can grow at an alarming pace! But these were amazing opportunities. I raised over $4,000 for the American Lung Association by climbing to the summit of Mt. Rainier! (That was my FIRST attempt at packing or climbing!!!) And, I worked on and delivered a patient tracking database to a teen clinic in Uganda, Africa! :D
Ok ... who's going to top THOSE excuses ;)
At least now I'm back. And, as a group, the authors will be more attentive to your inquiries.
We're delighted that people are finding our book to be such a valuable tool. And, we appreciate the feedback -- especially the opportunities to post errata.

Again, THANK YOU for your understanding.

Teresa Hennig
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