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--- Elisabeth Zakes <ezakes -at- PlanView -dot- com> wrote:
>If the .rtf shows correct topics, close the project, delete the .doc file,
>and re-open the project. RH should re-create the .doc file from the correct
>If, on the other hand, the .doc file is correct and the .rtf is not, follow
>the procedure above, reversing the .doc and .rtf types.
>I haven't had any formatting change with VSS check-in/check-out. Are you the
>Elisabeth B. Zakes
>Sr. Technical Writer
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