Large and master documents in WinWord

Subject: Large and master documents in WinWord
From: Phil Teich <ctw -at- EARTHLINK -dot- NET>
Date: Sat, 4 Nov 1995 11:58:27 GMT

The guru of WinWord, Woody Leonhard, says of WinWord 6.0: "Once
simple docs get over about 100 pages, or complex ones over 50, I look
hard for ways to split 'em. There's just so much crazy stuff that can
go wrong." and "be very, very sure that you don't use the 'master
documents' feature. It'll cause you no end of headaches."

Woody Leonhard leads the eclectic troupe of WordNerds who created
WOPR, the award-winning enhancement to Microsoft Word for Windows.
Woody co-writes a monthly column on Windows application
interconnection for PC/Computing magazine. He has written or
co-written seven books, including The Underground Guide to Word for
Windows, The Mother of All Windows Books, The Mother of All PC Books,
and The Hacker s Guide to WinWord, all from Addison-Wesley.

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