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2007-03-01
A sales rep loses control when Dilbert asks about tax and shipping on the estimate.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 118

2007-03-02
A sales rep says Dilbert flipped out when she showed him the cost estimates.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 118

2007-03-03
Catbert confronts Alice about her punching a crazy co-worker.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 118

2007-03-04
Wally plans his excuses around Ted's vacation.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 119

2007-03-05
Wally passes around Ted's get well card.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 120

2007-03-06
Alice always solves problems caused by the Boss.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 120

2007-03-07
Asok asks Wally's advice on how to handle priorities.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 120

2007-03-08
Wally hasn't finished the detailed analysis because he's more of a big picture guy.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 121

2007-03-09
Wally enjoys disappointing people. He loves who he is.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 121

2007-03-10
Wally will speak about disappointing people for Dogbert's speakers bureau.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 121

2007-03-11
The Boss envisions a giant goals database for division goals, department goals and personal goals.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 122

2007-03-12
Dogbert books Wally to be the keynote speaker for a big company.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 123

2007-03-13
Wally advises his audience the source of all unhappiness is other people.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 123

2007-03-14
A financial adviser outlines his plan to invest Wally's money from demotivational speaking.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 123

2007-03-15
Wally didn't feel the need to work this week due to his outside income.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 124

2007-03-16
The Boss doesn't want to lose empty cubicles to other departments.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 124

2007-03-17
Wally takes his time writing a technical evaluation. The first draft says "blah, blah, blah."

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 124

2007-03-18
Alice puts hazardous waste into the break room fridge to find out who's been eating her lunch.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 125

2007-03-19
Loneliness can only be cured by others listening to you, Dilbert says.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 126

2007-03-20
The Boss asks Asok to make a spreadsheet and track something. It doesn't matter what.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 126

2007-03-21
No e-mail on Fridays in order to boost productivity, the Boss announces.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 126

2007-03-22
Catbert tells Dilbert he as already reached full potential, so there's no reason to improve.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 127

2007-03-23
The career plan for Alice is to keep her around until an Elbonian can do her job for less, Catbert says.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 127

2007-03-24
Dilbert does things differently from the Boss, so he must be doing everything wrong.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 127

2007-03-25
Wally does some e-mail judo to keep from doing work.

Book: Positive Attitude, page: 128

2007-03-26
Jeff the human ashtray comes close to Alice to share his aroma.

Book: This is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value, page: 7

2007-03-27
Jeff the human ashtray warns Dilbert about a hole in the ground, but it's just ash.

Book: This is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value, page: 7

2007-03-28
Jeff the human ashtray says he can be a good manager.

Book: This is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value, page: 7

2007-03-29
Jeff the human ashtray says there's more to being a manager than having an ashtray for a head.
Note: An early version of the strip shows Jeff sitting on the toilet and shows the toilet. The published version does a closeup of Jeff and does not show the toilet.

Book: This is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value, page: 8

2007-03-30
The Boss asks Dilbert to inventory the furniture. Dilbert wonders when the Boss will forget the Boss asked.

Book: This is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value, page: 8

2007-03-31
The Boss's department will be eliminated because the CEO doesn't understand what it does.

Book: This is the Part Where You Pretend to Add Value, page: 8