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Subject:Re: Q: Master Documents From:Chris Knight <knight -at- ADA -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 29 May 1998 11:10:26 -0700
Judy Fraser wrote:
> Does anyone know why, when working with master/subdocuments in Word 97, =
> you get the message "document may be corrupt" every time you save or =
> open the files (master or a subdocument)?
Run, don't walk, away from using this "feature". Your document probably
IS corrupt. Use the RD field to read in component documents, as
described by several earler posts.
Consultant, Technical Communication Architect
Vancouver BC, Canada
(currently at Applied Digital Access,
E-mail: knight -at- bcg -dot- ada -dot- com Phone: 604-415-5886 Fax: 604-415-5900)
Opinions expressed are my own, not ADA's