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Earlier today I said:
>Right. That's 'cause Word 6.0 has umpteen zillion levels of undelete. Try
>making a bunch of changes, and then using the undelete function. You can
>select how many levels back you want to go. (I don't remember the exact
>keystrokes - I've got 2.0 here at work, 6.0 at home.
What I should have said, of course, is Undo, not Undelete. You can undo all
kinds of actions up to umpteen zillion levels, not just your deletes.
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