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Subject:Re: translation asked for - done! From:Jo Francis Byrd <jbyrd -at- byrdwrites -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 24 Jan 2001 10:31:16 -0600
Yeah, I have, Mick....
It sounds like a virus, an old one. Haven't encountered it since Office 6/95,
though. It can drive you batty. Worked one place where every time I was there I
was on a different machine, and I think I cleaned it off every blasted one of
them! This particular one saves your infected documents ONLY as a template.
There's a clean up for it, but I don't have it any more or know where to get it.
Sorry I can't tell you how to get rid of it - haven't encountered it in several
Michael Davidson wrote:
> Dear all,
> Sorry I can't remember who asked for this translation. Apparently it's Swedish
> and I have two version both are shown as sent to me. The first one was
> translated by a Swede, the second by another Scandinavian.
> While I'm here a short note about Word. Last week I was using Word and saving
> away like a good boy. I had multiple documents open, some of which I was using
> as a cut'n'paste page. When I closed down for the night (by hitting the x in
> the top right of the application - at 10.30pm after a 14 hour day) a message
> came up asking if I wanted to save the changes I'd made to the template. As
> I'd never opened a template and was quite definitely working on a .doc I said
> no. The next day of course all my work had gone. After a long and painful
> search the IT dept. found that the document I'd been working on had turned
> into a template. I've been using Word for about ten years now and never heard
> of this before. Has anyone else?
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