FAQs in the making

by Volker Weber

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Microsoft Word documents are fun. Turn on "Markup" and then look at the "Changes". You will find questions that don't have answers yet, or you will find answers you are not supposed to find.

[via Bruce]

Comments

Yet another example which shows how important it is to *not* publish MS Word documents. Don't know if those guys know something about PDF. I assume not, since Notes doesn't support it yet :-)
When opening the Word file Bruce links to, I can see every change very clear due to the MS Office 2003 features. Oh well, in Word exist some security issues, AFAIK there exist some additional plugins which provide buttons on which you need to click to wipe out recent changes etc.
Well, I wonder why they did not use Lotus Wordpro? At least my MS Word 2003 did not display a message that something has been converted; usually such message is being displayed when opening a Lotus document with MS office as far as I know.

Michael Meier, 2005-06-19 00:35

There is a tool named "Remove hidden data" ... I always use it when Word documents are needed ...

Martin Hiegl, 2005-06-19 14:12

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