Re: Index vs. Search?

Subject: Re: Index vs. Search?
From: Jay Maechtlen <techwriter -at- covad -dot- net>
Date: Sun, 09 Sep 2007 14:40:57 -0700

Stuart Burnfield wrote:
> I had a similar experience when learning WordPerfect. I wanted to look
> up the section on selecting text. After a very long time spent searching
> the index and riffling through the books, I eventually discovered that
> what other WPs called 'select' WordPerfect called 'block'. There was a
> SELECT function in the manual but it was about something unrelated.
And speaking of strange terms, how about "spike"?
I know the name is taken from the office implement, but how many of us
nave actually used the physical item?
How many actually use the "spike" in MS Word?


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