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Re: [IP] annoying message



The messages on the Profile seem intelligent if you compare
them to the messages on the AccuChek Complete.  It gives
you really stupid messages/questions EVERY TIME you do a
test.  Thank goodness you can turn them off.  Is there a
way to turn off the messages on the Profile?

8^)


--- Jane B Reese <email @ redacted> wrote:
> You're right - that's very entertaining!!!!  If not
> downright stupid!  I
> have three Profiiles, and those messages are Pretty
> Silly!!!!!  Just grin
> and turn it off - you have more important things to deal
> with!
> 
> Take care, Jane
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
> To: email @ redacted <email @ redacted>
> Date: Monday, July 19, 1999 12:37 PM
> Subject: Re: [IP] annoying message
> 
> 
> >In a message dated 7/13/99 5:32:07 PM EST,
> email @ redacted writes:
> >
> ><< For those that have the one touch profile..  ha ha 
> that machine can
> > be annoying...  just checked my BG and turned out to be
> 50  and
> > then i seen a message flash  up that said  "Do you need
> a snack"
> > ha ha  hmm now that was a good question to ponder over
> to eat or
> > not to eat that is the question.. ha ha  what would we
> do without
> > these machines to tell us when to eat??  8).. >>
> >
> >We were talking with some friends while on vacation
> about this meter. They
> >didn't believe us that it asked if we needed a snack.   
>     Doreen-mom of
> 2
> >pumpers


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