Re: Style Abuse in Word (was: Real World Advantages of Office / Word2007 and Windows 7)
(And no, the authors don't want to write their own docs, but I just got here 4 months ago, and there are 50 years of history and habit to overcome. Many of the authors don't even know there is a Tech Writer on staff yet.)
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