MS Office Binder

Subject: MS Office Binder
From: "John Thurston" <jthurston -at- niva -dot- com>
To: <TECHWR-L -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 10:02:56 -0400

Has anyone had any experience with MS Office Binder, a tool in MS Office for
collecting groups of files (Excel, Access, Word, etc)? We are specifically
interested in finding out what limits there are on the number of files that
can be included in one Binder file.

We have a project that requires the collection of as many as 1,000 files in
one publication. We have many separate authors, the common word processor
among them being MS Word. We have to collect all of these files, paginate
them sequentially, and generate a table of contents and an index.

Microsoft says that the only limitations as to the number of files that
Binder will handle are the limitations imposed by system resources and
Windows. Can anyone add any detail? We have had considerable experience
running up against the notorious limitations of Word when producing a long
document, and wonder whether using Binder will lead to the same impasse.

Thanks in advance.

John Thurston





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