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> autonumbering bug in Word:
> the underlying code that defines the data structures
> used to store the
> information in a document is so deeply elegant (that
> would be
> "seemingly cool but deeply flawed" in normal
> English) that fixing it
Or maybe that part of the code isn't documented and
everybody who used to understand it has left. That
wouldn't surprise me. Finding code that IS documented
would surprise me.
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