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> I don't mean to start a holy war, but Word gets a lot of undeserved
> flack. You do have to learn the "tricks" - - true of any
> word processor (probably even Frame, though I admit that grudgingly!)
I second this. It seems to me the most problems (and the most complaints)
I hear about Word are from (a) users of 6.0 versions *prior* to 6.0c, and
(b) Mac users who have trouble both with Word on the Mac and with importing
Word 6.0x (c included) documents from Word for Windows 6.0x (c included).