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Jan 12, 2009
Whether your fax machine goes blank side up or not, they all have that symbol of the piece of paper with lines on one side, the other side blank, and the corner folded over to see which side goes up. This is just a case of lousy admin. This is probably the same admin who puts the paper in the copier upside down so the auto-stapler does the wrong corner.
Jan 12, 2009
Do I still use a fax machine? Well . . . Yeah! We tried using smoke signals in a effort to save paper, and thus save trees, but alas, Al Gore was having a problem with air pollution from the smoke signals. We mostly use either eFax or Call Wave internet faxes. You still have to print it, although you can just read the fax on the computer screen and print what you need.
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Jan 12, 2009
Fax machine? Are you serious when you say you are still in this year 2009 using such equipment in the US? I received my last fax somewhere around 2002. No wonder you caused economic recession on yourselves and rest of the world if you're still running around with papers...
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Jan 10, 2009
Re HP machines:
Aha! then the joke is double-edged. If you are an admin, you would blame the PHB for sending lousy (or maybe blank) bids. If you're a boss, you'd blame the admin for putting the paper in upside down. This is why so little gets done around the office.... I could tell some stories....
Jan 10, 2009
Some of us have the HP Fax machine. This one, you have to insert print side up on the automatic feeder, but face down if you use lift the fax cover option.
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