Are phones part of IT? It seems our local communication apparatus get smaller and less evolved every few years. If we shrink any further, we will be calling each other via two cans and a string. These posts sure explain a lot! The trickle down (but not near a keyboard, as that would cause keys to stick) effect to places like Vertex, has resulted in the removal of color printers, desktop printers and scanners in the last two years. Now, what once was accomplished in seconds/minutes takes much longer, as those tasks are sent to "networked" machines. Machines with many multiple users, who all have high volume of this or that. Some of which is confidential and truly shouldn't be seen by those out of the realm on the originator's department. Those of us who generate docs that, not only look better in color, but are mandated to be in color - so much so that if the shade of "blue" is off, it's off with your head - we have to go begging around the building for someone whose department still has the elusive color printer. It's a disquieting conversation, in a hushed voice, that goes thusly: "Hi, so and so, this is Vertexia, I need to print my Excel spreadsheet in color...can you help me?. I will give you one hundred dollars cash money; I will babysit your horrible grandchildren for a weekend; or, I will let you have my AMEX for 48 hrs." All that is missing is a trench coat. What a way to run a company! "Don Quiboardote?" ILMAO!