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 driver on FILE: at least. (What it really had on LPT1: didn't always correspond to what I told it, but ...)
Funny that Word seemingly used to handle paper size changes (A-series-US) better than printable-area changes on same size paper. Haven't looked that closely in a number of years though.
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1506
the original was GML (generalize markup language) invented in '68 plus 1 at the science center ... the letters G, M, and L actually stand for the initials of...
Well, it's clbuttified as just another way how computers randomly fail, it's just less severe than BSOD.
It's occasionally refreshing to talk about this with a certain relative of my wife's who used to do something related to word-processing for a living - on a Tandem system.
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1505
I guess it's possible. My limited experience suggests that a particular version of MS Word will do okay...
I have, though not much. My wife uses an OpenOffice-derivative (yes, such do exist already...) for some of her hobby stuff and that's where we saw that thing. It was with a file that originated in MS Works and was converted through an intermediate stage to OpenOffice native format.
The latter. I've had my share of those problems with Word too.
You and me both. But again, nothing new there - I've seen that one between two versions of MS Word too. (from 2.0 to 95 or some such.)
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