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Subject:Re: Since we're asking a lot about Word From:Donald Le Vie <dlevie -at- VLINE -dot- NET> Date:Thu, 8 Jul 1999 10:37:19 -0500
The loudest way to bray your dissatisfaction, Jane, is to buy and use
FrameMaker (IMHO)...; )
Donn Le Vie
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> From: jane [SMTP:judydh -at- TOTAL -dot- NET]
> Sent: Thursday, July 08, 1999 10:15 AM
> To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
> Subject: Since we're asking a lot about Word
> Hi all
> Why is that, that Word will always open up your document with the styles
> such a manner that you always have to go back and change them? Why can it
> not remember that you made a change to a style and the change was
> and that's how you saved it and that's how you expect it to be?
> Yeah, I know it constantly refers back to a template--but when you change
> style for a document, why does it so strongly insist on changing it back?
> I'm getting sick of having to unbold and hang-indent my Tip/Note Heading
> style. Of what possible benefit is it to anyone that Word formatting is so
> damn bossy?
> Anyone subscribing to the Word users lists/news groups: please post this
> for me. I want to bray my dissatisfaction as loud as possible.
> jane -at- visualedge -dot- com
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