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well.. please look this over if you will, and fix stuff and just help me out, i am trying my best with grammer, and so on. Plsease upload the file to my ftp or upload the word file to the board.. please highlite any changes made with the highlight tool.. thanks a lot :)

 

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Have you ever struggled with a computer or ever had complications while using one? Imagine running many buildings of computer were problems arise by the minute and need to be delt with in a timely manner.  Yes, New Hartford School is the places were this all happens, but not the only place, because there is also the other 3 schools that the Technology department manages.  The main office is just in the high school, and most everything can be done right from there.  The Network Administrator Mr. Rankins and Network Specialist/Engineer Jason Tallman have a very demanding job.  Not only are they both responsible for keeping the network active, but they are responsible for all of the information that is communicated throughout the network.  Mr. Rankins is primarily responsible for the implementation of new software and the network integrity.  He also works on a computer called the AS-400 which is a mini-mainframe computer.  This is mainly used by the office personnel of each building.  This one computer holds all the student related data, such as grades, attendance, student schedules and student information.  Mr. Rankins is one of two people responsible for the up-keep of that computer/server.  This AS400 is also used by the business department.  They play a vital role in the business of the school district and Mr. Rankins makes sure that there business is not interrupted and flows smoothly.  Mr. Rankins started off as a AS400 RPG programmer for a company called PartLow-west company.  As that company grew, Mr. Rankins became involved in networking.  Mr. Rankins stated

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Have you ever had complications while using a computer? Imagine overseeing hundreds computers and dealing with the problems that can arise by the minute and then dealing with those problems in a timely manner. This all happens at New Hartford School. It's not the only place however, there are also 3 other schools that the Technology department manages. The main office is located in the high school, and most of the work can be done from there. The Network Administrator: Mr. Rankins, and Network Specialist/Engineer: Jason Tallman, have a very demanding job. Not only are they both responsible for keeping the network active, but they are responsible for all of the information that is transferred throughout the network. Mr. Rankins is primarily responsible for the implementation of new software and maintaining integrity of the network. He is one of two people that ensure the AS-400 (a mini-mainframe computer) is operating smoothly at all times. The AS-400 requires such attention mainly because it holds all the student related data, such as grades, attendance, student schedules, general student information and is used by every school department. The AS-400 plays a vital role in the business of the school district and Mr. Rankins makes sure that their business is not interrupted and flows smoothly. Mr. Rankins started off as an AS400 RPG programmer for a company called "PartLow-West Company". As that company grew, Mr. Rankins became involved in networking. Mr. Rankins stated

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well.. this has been read over by my english / jornalism teacher and she found little to no errors.. so.. if you could point thoes out by hiliting them in a word file and uploading it to ftp://user:[email protected] i would be greatfull..  .. thanks

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your teachers read over your original post & found no errors!?!?! If they did, then they are the worst teachers ever. and why don't you just copy it from here to a word file yourself?

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