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I want to thank all of you who replied to my question on Master &
Subdocument problems in Word. I promised to let you know what kind of
tips I received, but a extremely busy schedule (and vacation next week)
haven't given me the chance to summarize the replies.
I promise I'll get back to you as soon as possible and let you know how
I'm finally going to tackle the.
Marjolijn te Velthuis
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