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Subject:Re: Word--AAUGH! From:Carma C Allen <ccallen -at- BECKMAN -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 25 Feb 1999 13:41:50 -0800
Also--Re: printing Word outlines without body text?, Comparing Documents in
Word 97, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera.
Keith Soltys has a wonderful (really, really wonderful) web page called
*Internet Resources for Technical Communicators*. Among the many resources
he lists are two MS Word discussion lists. One is word-pc, which you can
subscribe to by sending to: mxserver -at- ufobi2 -dot- uni-forst -dot- gwdg -dot- de
subscribe word-pc first_name last_name
The other is wordtips, which you can subscribe to by sending to:
WordTips-request -at- dcomp -dot- com