--If you're working in 227, 228, or 300 Eddy, click on the DAILY button on the toolbar in WordPerfect. Or you can Open a file and click on the y drive.
--If you're working from home, look on our class home page on the Internet. Type in http://www.colostate.eduwriting/sections/sections.cfm
Then create a bookmark in Netscape or Internet Explorer so that you can get to the materials quickly. --DAILY prompts are usually identified by the day's date (e.g., daily910.txt or dail1114.txt) although sometimes they have other filenames (e.g., reasons.txt). If your course outline doesn't tell you to look for another filename, assume that the DAILY will be identified by the date of the class session.