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>One more question--the single block formed by
>an intersection of a row and a column, in a Word
>or Frame table this is called a cell. However, the
>programmers tell me you call both this single block
>and the column a "column". That, I know, will not
>fly with my readers.
Would your readers understand "field" e.g. "surname field"?
I don't do much with data bases or spread sheets. (haven't willingly touched
them for some years).
David (the unwillingly databased idiot in toronto) Ibbetson
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