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Re: Typographical error in page

From: Eric A. Meyer <eric@meyerweb.com>
Date: Mon, 24 Jun 2002 09:43:21 -0400
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At 19:17 -0400 6/23/02, Kim Walker wrote:

>Shouldn't the total height of 136pt be 120pt + 8pt + 8pt since the
>image height is 120pt? If not, 128pt + 8pt + 8pt = 144pt. But where
>would 128pt come from?

    You're right, it's a typo, apparently a cut-and-paste error on my 
part.  The text after the code fragment should read (120pt + 8pt + 
8pt).  Thanks very much for catching this!  I've updated the document.

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