Re: Ig Nobel documentation
I used to be a strong proponent for Ventura, right up until my last update of equipment and OS in the past couple of months. Although Corel ceased upgrades past 2002, I continued using it for above 15 years. Doubtful anyone is interested, but I have some sample docs on my portfolio web site that are incredibly complex. I couldn't imagine learning new software to accomplish what I did back then. One example is a telephone directory for state agencies and employees.Â Ventura had a bundled database publisher that made this doable, with care and effort. http://nwatechwriting.com/docs/phonebook.pdf, if interested. FWIW, my name appears on page 35.
Just feeling lowly at this mention, since I finally pulled the plug on it this month. I just couldn't make it operate under Win10.
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