Wednesday, November 30, 2005

X-ING A PARAGRAB by E. A. Poe (1850)

In printing presses, when a letter goes defecient, a rare occurrence; however this does happen; when this exigency does occur, it almost always happens that x is adopted as a substitute for the letter deficient.

X-ING A PARAGRAB by E. A. Poe (1850): "X-ING A PARAGRAB"

Apparently, MS Word has it's own idiosyncrasies and mood swings. There was this one person, who had a document that refused to number correctly excactly in the fifth section. He had tried copy-pasting the content on to a new document, remove numbering and apply numbering again and retyping the document but to no success. But on X-ing the document for a particular character sets this right. Why?? Ask Bill.

Cheers,
Laks

"There's no heavier burden than a great potential." - Anonymous

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