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From: dfh@mcnc.UUCP
Newsgroups: net.unix-wizards
Subject: Writer's Workbench query
Message-ID: <1724@mcnc.UUCP>
Date: Wed, 6-Jul-83 08:19:20 EDT
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Posted: Wed Jul  6 08:19:20 1983
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  I'm interested in finding out as much as possible about the Writer's
Workbench including capabilities and availability.  I have heard that it
exists within Bell Labs, but not much else.  Any observations/opinions/
pointers/etc. will be appreciated.

					David Hinnant
					N.C. Educational Computing Service

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