Author Topic: Need help finding comprehensive documentation on Office Integration MDG  (Read 1527 times)

Uffe

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Too bad everybody (1%) sees it as a typewriter with different fonts.
Yay! I'm in the 1%! :)

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Typewriters :), this an interesting direction for this thread.

Without standardise documentation it becomes very difficult, nearly impossible to import it. And I not referring to fonts, including their sizes and aspect, I am referring to how the actual content is structured.

 

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I never saw anyone using Word with style (except you and you reading this). Only just like a typewriter with different fonts installed.

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Ha ha ha. Nice one. However, more seriously I'm observing a worrying trend of increasing numbers of people using MS Word without knowing the basics of a Word Processor.
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I never saw anyone using Word with style (except you and you reading this). Only just like a typewriter with different fonts installed.

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Ha ha ha. Nice one. However, more seriously I'm observing a worrying trend of increasing numbers of people using MS Word without knowing the basics of a Word Processor.
I'm afraid 'twas always thus...

To quote one of Oz's literary inventions (Hanrahan) "We'll all be rooned!"

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I'm afraid 'twas always thus...
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I don't think so. Not everyone used to have a computer back in the old days as they were expensive and you had to have a certain level of intelligence to use it. Not so nowadays.
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I don't think so. Not everyone used to have a computer back in the old days as they were expensive and you had to have a certain level of intelligence to use it. Not so nowadays.


s/intelligence/training/
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You needed intelligent people. At least people were aware of that. Today every brick layer gets trained in advanced operations of server hardware and software. That's proibably why any IT is rotten as it is.

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I'm afraid 'twas always thus...
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I don't think so. Not everyone used to have a computer back in the old days as they were expensive and you had to have a certain level of intelligence to use it. Not so nowadays.


s/intelligence/training/
training? Used to have to figure it out by ourselves back in the day.
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training? Used to have to figure it out by ourselves back in the day.
Which was pretty easy when looking at the IBM bookshelf we had at our university.

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