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Q-talk 110 - Testimonial

Mark Stafford recently signed up for the PDF file version of the newsletter and sent me this email.

I've got good news and bad news. First the bad news: I just cancelled my Q-Talk mailed subscription. The pictures were never that good on my copies, I kept losing them in an avalanche of papers, and the fees are overdue for an increase.

But the very good news: I already received my new emailed Q-talk! The pictures were easy to see and interpret, full of colorful detail! I quickly filed the PDF Q-Talk with all my other Q2 info and pictures on my computer - all in one place, easy to search through later when looking for particular words or topics.

Incidently, the PDF file (Portable Document Format) was a bit over 2 megabytes - time to make a cup of coffee if you get your email via DUN (Dial Up Network), but only time for a sneeze or two if you use cable (CPC - Cable-modem Public Class) or DSL (Digital Subscriber Line). Most computers already have it, but the PDF file reader Adobe Acrobat is available online free at www.adobe.com .

Our editor will send you a quick response to any additional questions you may have. Ask for a test PDF Q-Talk to be sent to you before canceling your mailed fuzzy black & white Q-Talk. Just email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and start seeing the Q-Talk as it was meant to be! Help the QBA and get your 2mb PDF via DSL, CPC, or even DUN ASAP!

Currently 10% of the membership is getting the PDF file version of the newsletter. If you would like to stop killing trees, just email your request to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



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