Re: Using Word 97

Subject: Re: Using Word 97
From: Walter Hanig <wdh -at- NETMANAGE -dot- COM>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 1997 15:54:20 -0800

At 04:36 PM 10/31/97 -0800, Joe Malone wrote:

>1. Can someone provide me with the urls of major Word faqs or archives?
>I know microsoft has one with something like WordSupport in the address,
>but I can't find it...Actually, searching the techwr-l archives might be
>almost all I need?
If you have a news reader, I recommend the various microsoft newsgroups, such as

where xxx may be formatting or pagelayout or other topics. The news server is From there you can choose the group(s) of interest.

The MS Word "home" is

A good starting point for some third party info on Word and the rest of the Office Suite is

>2. I was hoping and praying that the master doc problem would be
>resolved by now.

Sorry, no answered prayers on master docs. There are ways to create a TOC or index or similar lists from "remote" files using Word's RD fields. E-mail off-list for details.


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