Word-select all

Subject: Word-select all
From: Ruess Kevin <Ruess -dot- Kevin -at- PBGC -dot- GOV>
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 08:32:47 -0500

I can't speak for Word 7, but Word 2 and Word 6 have always stored document-level information in the last paragraph mark (much like WordPerfect stored this information in the document "preamble"). The easiest way to select only the content of a document is to press CTRL+END and then CTRL+SHIFT+END. This will select everything but the last paragraph mark.

Also, remember that style properties from a source document will override properties for a style in the destination document that has the same name when more than 50 (?) paragraph marks containing that style are pasted.
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