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Thank you Cd&.
It was a pleasure to participate and I like your argument, regarding to give the client control of the design.
This is were CSS raises it's power, making pages not only looking good, printable but *accessible* (speaking of WAI).

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COBOLdinosaurAuthor Commented:
Working with intranet apps means I can give the user a lot of control that would not be practical across the Internet.  we have even let user change the position of elements by dragging them to a new spot and then we save the new settings to the style sheet.  The integration of XML with other browser components like CSS will extend that ability, but the browsers are still behind.

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