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Subject:Help with Word 97 From:Maurice King <Maury -dot- King -at- MCI -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 15 Apr 1998 21:07:08 -0400
I subscribed once to a list for Word users. I'm now suffering with Word 97,
in which Microsoft dared to change its scripting language to VisualBasic
script. That's very nice for a person who never invested so much time in
learning WordBasic -- like me -- but now I have a massive job to do with
scripting, and I feel like a rank beginner.
Please post me the info off the list.
Maury -dot- King -at- mci -dot- com