RE: Temp/permanent annotations?

Subject: RE: Temp/permanent annotations?
From: "Brasel, Russell" <russell -dot- brasel -at- hccredit -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2006 16:20:09 -0600

As far as MS Word is concerned, you can use the "Tracking changes"
option. While I'd like something like a graphically-represented Post-It
note (I think there were some Mac programs that did that, but I
primarily use my Mac for Photoshop and Logic Pro, so I don't know), MS
word can do something useful.

Here's a link that goes into a little more detail:

I can't think of anything that will do what you want. Are you sure it
wasn't just a good dream fuelled by too much turkey and dressing

I personally can think of many programs that should exist but don't.
And I use some programs that exist, but shouldn't.


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