Re: Word

Subject: Re: Word
From: "Massi, Jerri" <JMassi -at- ADMIN -dot- CLEMSONSC -dot- NCR -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 21 Sep 1994 09:50:00 PDT

See the following:
>>Soon, our department may have to begin writing some documentation using
Word 6
> >(due to circumstances beyond our control). On this list, I have seen
> >remarks about problems with using Word for long documents. I am
> >how long a document can be before any problems begin.

>>Kevin Sporleder kevinsp -at- crt -dot- com

>Break it into chapters, keep each chapter in its own file. What's the
>problem? Outside of trying to use a word processor as a desktop publisher,
>that is....
- paul -dot- d -dot- race -at- dayton

Lots of problems! Even with 8 MB of RAM on my system, Word 6 is slow and
clumsy. In that sense, any size file becomes a problem. There are memory
management problems in Word 6 that make it a bear to open and get around in.
--JeriWho -at- aol -dot- com

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