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John P wrote:
When I get a document that give me ALL of the information I need, my
first thought is "WHAT A GREAT DOCUMENT!". When I get a document that
looks good, but is missing something that I need, it's a terrible
Regarding the path in the footer thing though, does it really need to be on
every page? These docs are passed through email as whole entities, so
rarely are they going to be separated from their front matter. In addition,
we have no guarantee that the latest writer knew enough to update the
automatic field, so the path name *could* still be incorrect.
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