HELP HELP - SOFTWARE FOR YEAR 2000 COMPLIANCE

Martin Pion mpion at ARTSCI.WUSTL.EDU
Wed Feb 26 18:04:18 EST 1997


If this is really true why hasn't Apple been making much of it as yet
another reason to opt for Macs? Is this another example of Apple lacking
someone like Bill Gates to handle their promotion?

Regards,
Martin Pion

At 12:33 PM -0500 2/26/97, Jackie E. Kylander wrote:
>In article <33143d8e.0 at robby.oit.umass.edu>, bonghack at emily.oit.umass.edu
>(BONG-HACK LEE) wrote:
>
>>Dear Netters:
>>
>>        I have thousands of spread sheets created by using LOTUS123 and I
>>have to identify which spread sheets are O.K for year 2000 or which are
>>not O.K. OI was told that there may be a software which can search spread
>>sheets and identify the compliance. If any one knows about this software,
>>please let me know. All information will be appreciated. Thanks in advamnce!
>>
>>Best regards!
>>
>>
>>Bong-Hack
>
>Don't know, but Macs don't have that problem. Perhaps transfer to Mac
>would take care of it? Macs can read DOS formatted discs, so if a buddy
>has a Mac, just take the files to him. 'Course, you'll have to learn to
>use a Mac.
>
>--
>Jackie E. Kylander <jek at med.unc.edu>
>A/OSB
>US MMC
>Mac Nanny







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