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“Employees at Lloyds would then re-key the data into a new Swift message, carefully removing any reference to Iran or its banks.”
“If local committees are going to have their own databases, it may make sense to have some kind of batch processing so that the local folks do not have to re-key.”
“Will re-key the manifesto of the new CHE-BMW-GES Popular Front for the Liberation of Tooting.”
“But as a servant of truth and justice I'll patiently and faithfully re-key it:”
“Don't let strangers help you remove a 'stuck' ATM card that requires you to re-key your PIN number.”
“I especially like that this is scanned-in and not OCRed, which means that if you want to run any of these programs, you still have to re-key them!”
“If you or your colleagues still "dump" static data from line-of-business systems into a tool like Excel to manipulate, analyze, or present it; or if you have colleagues who re-key data from Office tools like Word and Excel into line-of-business systems for processing, read on:”
“This is a true win-win, with the business owner saving time and the state saving LOTS of time by not having to re-key handwritten returns.”
“I just can't bring myself to re-key this; does anyone out there have any OCR software they can run this through?”
“They say you can change a password or re-key a lock, but if you're personal features are somehow compromised, you're stuck.”
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