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Subject:OT: MS Word and levels of use From:"Dan Roberts" <droberts63 -at- earthlink -dot- net> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 22 Nov 2000 06:07:56 -0500
Disclaimer: I'm not trying or intending that this turn into a "tool war" at all.
Just wanna share a minor bit of humor. Be advised.
An executive AA asked me if I could help her with a Word document. Sure, I
She wanted point pages in a document she was working on. I discouraged that
"So I have to retype all my page numbers!" she exclaimed.
"Huh?" I, ever so articulate, responded, dreading what was coming next.
She then proceded to show me her TOC, which she had laborously typed in
manually, waiting until the doc was finished before she entered her page
numbers, so that they wouldn't keep changing.
Then I showed her Insert|Index&Tables|TableofContents.
Lesson? I guess it depends on the user as to how slick or clunky a piece of
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