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*Abernethy, Mike
Message 1 of 7 (351 Views)

Please address this issue.

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07-02-2003 12:19 AM
Please respond to "Keeping plumbing fixtures at proper elevation" message
dated 6/27/03 8:42 AM below.

Thank you .

Mike ABernethy
*Harper, Chip
Message 2 of 7 (351 Views)

Re: Please address this issue.

07-02-2003 12:52 AM in reply to: *Abernethy, Mike
Mike,

This is a peer to peer forum, users helping users. While on occasion
AutoDesk employees do post here in response to questions, this is not a Post
your question here to get an answer from AutoDesk forum. If a user feels he
or she can assist by posting a reply then they will. If you are in need of
immediate response from AutoDesk, please go through your reseller for
assistance.

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Chip Harper
Member of the AutoDesk Discussion Forum Moderator Program
*Abernethy, Mike
Message 3 of 7 (351 Views)

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07-02-2003 03:12 AM in reply to: *Abernethy, Mike
Mr. Harper,
AutoDesk employees and the peer group have been very helpful via the user's
group forum in the past few weeks and since ABS2004 is a new package, I
assume AutoDesk will continue to be of assistance.

My request was addressed to the user group, AutoDesk and to anyone else if
they can help.

I am still hopeful that someone in the user's group or an AutoDesk employee
will be of assistance.

Mike Abernethy

"Chip Harper" wrote in message
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> Mike,
>
> This is a peer to peer forum, users helping users. While on occasion
> AutoDesk employees do post here in response to questions, this is not a
Post
> your question here to get an answer from AutoDesk forum. If a user feels
he
> or she can assist by posting a reply then they will. If you are in need of
> immediate response from AutoDesk, please go through your reseller for
> assistance.
>
> --
>
> Chip Harper
> Member of the AutoDesk Discussion Forum Moderator Program
>
>
>
>
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07-02-2003 03:31 AM in reply to: *Abernethy, Mike
Great!!! With no available training, this wonderful text that's almost useless, and the outstanding help files, we've got the blind leading the blind. hehe :smileyhappy:
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07-02-2003 05:53 AM in reply to: *Abernethy, Mike
Hey mike what does fatal error 7exh000041242 mean?
*Brown, Anne
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07-02-2003 09:19 AM in reply to: *Abernethy, Mike
Autodesk is closed for vacation all of this week.
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Anne Brown
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Autodesk Product Support Discussion Groups
Discussion Q&A: http://www.autodesk.com/discussion


Mike Abernethy wrote:
>
> Mr. Harper,
> AutoDesk employees and the peer group have been very helpful via the user's
> group forum in the past few weeks and since ABS2004 is a new package, I
> assume AutoDesk will continue to be of assistance.
*Abernethy, Mike
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07-02-2003 08:36 PM in reply to: *Abernethy, Mike
Jody,
I don't have a clue.

"jmcfaddn" wrote in message
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> Hey mike what does fatal error 7exh000041242 mean?
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