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Subject:RE: Word 2000 vs. Word97 From:iain -at- hairydog -dot- co -dot- uk (Iain Harrison) To:techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com Date:Wed, 26 Jan 2000 15:33 +0000 (GMT Standard Time)
> +Does not crash so easily with large docs. I've been working on a 70+
> page doc with lots of linked (not embedded) graphics and
> As I passed the 50-page mark I kept waiting for the crashes, but they
> haven't come.
I have some 700-page Word docs with (several hundred) linked graphics and
cross-references, and have not had a problem with crashes. I don't know
how big a document it will manage. It certainly is far better than Word
I'm told W97 is better again on an NT4 machine with lots of memory, but I
only have 128MB on Win 98.
iain -at- hairydog -dot- co -dot- uk
iainh -at- cix -dot- co -dot- uk