Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1501
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1502
Hm, no, I think some of these tools can also output in MS Office formats. I'm pretty sure I tried an experiment...
I am sure every non-word user has had the same experience. It happened to me, when I received an offer letter from a potential employer, that included aside from my own offer, the diffs between it and the previous offer.
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1503
Yipes. I'm not sure I encountered this behavior in the long-ago year I spent using Word...
I am sure that the HR guy who was writing these letters started with the most recent, and just cut-out the name, position, starting salary and stock grant numbers, filled in the new ones, and hit send.
I called him up, and said, "I will be formally accepting your offer. I also hope that Jane Doe accepts her offer, but don't you think that $43,000 is kinda low for the starting salary?" He was shocked. "Don't worry -- this is between you and mean. And Jane. Maybe those know something you don't -- and me getting a copy of Jane's letter in with my own is one of those reasons we give you this advice...."
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1504
Exactly. The default printer driver. Switch the default to the other one of your printers and ... Well, I always configured Windows to buttume a real printer on LPT1: and a dummy printer with a PostScript...
I went on to discuss with him how to avoid the effect he had experienced with me -- and gave him food for thought: Think of all the times in the past year you have done this -- and that other front-office people have done it. You think that none of those correspondents have people at least as clever as I am in their operations?
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