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Subject:Long Word documents From:David Rapport <dave -at- NETMEDIA -dot- NET -dot- IL> Date:Wed, 26 Feb 1997 12:00:44 +0200
Yep, I know what you're talking about.
We have a 160 page manual that consists of ten sub-documents. Fairly early
on we realised that we had to split it into two master documents. Soon, we
will probably have to make it three (when we document new features).
You have no doubt realised by now that the master documents feature has a
few bugs. A different list I'm on referred people to: