Re: corrupt word file
(Any other requirements analysts out there?
Yup. I don't do it all the time, but I enjoy it when I do.
Anyone doing all their requirements work in Word? Ugh...)
Not currently, thank <insert deityname>. My last full-time gig, though, was for a company where everything was done in Word--all software lifecycle docs, all quality system (IOS/CMM) docs, SDKs, user docs, and all of the graphics-packed marketing materials. Since my job description included 'internal consultant for all company standard applications', I got to spend LOTS of time rescuing corrupt Word docs!
Singing kept me sane.
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