Re: Long Documents in Word
Lee Perkins wrote:
> those who are doc pros normally prefer Framemaker to Word
for serious work. On the other hand, the vast majority of Word users are NOT
doc pros and generate considerably smaller docs, so Microsoft may take their
bloody time about releasing an update that fixes these problems.
Actually, I worked with long documents in Word. I split em when they were about 3 Mb and choose to paginate on a A-1 basis, 'cuz IMO, it makes index more efficient (you know which part of the book is referenced).
You're right, NEVER use master documents, it doesn't work
You can indicate manually the page number where it should begin, that' a little chore, but AFAIK, word is the most frequently used WP in Europe.
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