have visited Camp ASCCA, specifically the Environmental Center, which our
Rotary club helped to sponsor. I suspect that the view from those huge
windows would be quite different from what I saw in May 2004! In fact, the
photo at http://www.theenvironmentalcenter.org/ shows it overlooking mud
flats. I know this is really difficult for you folks.
One caveat about pasting into a prepared document: this can sometimes
surprise you. I have a template for a 4" x 6" index card. I created some
content in a document based on this card and then decided I wanted to paste
it into a document of a different size. So I created a new document, which
was empty except for the default empty paragraph. I used Insert | File to
insert the content of the index card. Although the InsertFile command is
supposed to drop the final paragraph mark (which holds the section/document
formatting), I found that this is not true when you use it in a completely
empty document. To my surprise, I saw that the Letter-size document had
become a 4x6 card!
This is not a problem, of course, if you're pasting just part of the content
of another document, but if you are pasting the entire document (even if you
use Insert | File or have carefully selected all but the final paragraph
mark), it's best to press Enter a couple of times in the blank document
before pasting, just to ensure that it retains its formatting.
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
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