On 06/03/02 16:53, "Stephen Jendraszak" <stevehj_at_mac.com> wrote:
> On Wednesday, March 6, 2002, at 04:23 PM, Laurent Daudelin wrote:
>> Hmmm, I think that I've never put out that file on my web site!
> You aren't the one who maintains the site with all of the NewtonWorks
> stationery? Sorry, I could of sworn it was you. Well, if anyone
> remembers who it, let me know. It turns out, I can't find the file
> (Qfworks, for the Mac). I must have deleted it, as I never use it. Sorry.
I am, but I only have the Newton packages. The original poster was looking
for the macros file for Excel. I guess I would have to put it with the
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