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That is why I tend to call it WYSINNWYG (what you see is not necessarily
what you get) not WYSIWYG.

:-)

Scott
Adrian, MI


On Thu, 29 Dec 2005, Carter, Charlie wrote:

> >Bill Cain wrote:
> >Has anyone ordered and actually
> >received the 13th Edition of the
> >AISC Manual from AISC ...
> >my November order has still not
> >been filled and the woman at AISC
> >said something about an issue with
> >their printer and it wouldn't be
> >available until February.
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> I'm sorry to have to say that what you've been told is correct.
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> As reliable as the act of printing from a PDF should be, WYSIWYG is apparently a fib. We discovered a couple of sections in which our printer left out a whole bunch of characters in a fairly random pattern. The short version of the technical reason is that it was a font problem. The work to redo these sections has caused the delay.
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> I'm sorry for the inconvenience. It is very frustrating for us too.
>
> Charlie
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