Re: Word 7 etymology (#699200)

Subject: Re: Word 7 etymology (#699200)
From: wburns -at- MICRON -dot- COM
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 1996 11:03:05 MST

>>Actually, Word stores formatting in every paragraph mark. All paragraph
>>formatting, including tabs, for each paragraph is saved in its paragraph
>>mark. The only thing I'm not sure of is whether it is the paragraph mark
>>just before the paragraph, or just after....

>In all versions of MS Word, the formatting is stored in the paragraph
>following the text to which the formatting applied.

>In the versions prior to MS Word 7.0, the paragraph formatting of the
>content was applied to any new paragraph inserted into that content. The new
>paragraph is inserted before the existing paragraph. This behavior was very

Well, what I want to know is how do they fit all that information into such a
tiny little mark? <g, d, & r>

Er ... that's my quota of Friday frivolity for you.

Bill Burns
Assembly Documentation Supervisor
wburns -at- micron -dot- com
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