I'll claim that mistake. We need to make the corrections. As of last night the surgery section wasn't in the interface. So, we need to make sure this is corrected before the text is input. Sorry for the screw up, Zac -----Original Message----- From: Molly Stack [mailto:mmstack@xxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 3:52 PM To: mmfa_02cap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [mmfa_02cap] little mistakes... mountains or molehills?! Do't know if anyone cares at this point, but I just realised as I was editing my voice over stuff that in the Esophagectomy readings, there is "high-grade dysplasia" in the first paragraph and then under the Laparoscopic section "high-grade dysphagia" is used. I thought maybe I had read it wrong but alas I was reading it as-is...see how much I don't cognit what I'm reading when I do this kind of work? Do we care at this point (I'd have to set it all up again to correct it and don't know if I have the time... which is the correct term anyhow?) or do we just want to change the type to go with the voice? Or do we forget it all together? Molly | | Molly Stack | | 503.544.1556 | | Portland,OR _____ MSN 8 helps ELIMINATE E-MAIL <http://g.msn.com/8HMLENUS/2752> VIRUSES. Get 2 months FREE*.