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December 01, 2012

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Miriam Robeson

Huh. I have a half-dozen code books in hardback format, and for which I spend about $200 per year keeping updated. Now that you mention it, I can't remember the last time I picked one up. The only reason I have them is because they are the code books for my primary areas of practice, and (used to be) I could pick one up and flip immediately to the page I needed. Since the pocket parts come automatically, I don't really think about it.

You have a point - who uses these things, anymore? I seem to be wasting money. Will have to stop.

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