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First Blog Post Using Word 2007

by Tom Johnson on Dec 13, 2006
categories: technical-writing

This is my first post from Word 2007. In creating a new document, you have the option of writing a blog post. I think that is about the coolest thing in the world.

I was actually seeing testing out Word tonight to see if the numbering structure fixed the numbering problem when generating a print output from RoboHelp. Nope, but I'm pretty sure the problem is with RoboHelp rather than Word.


Wow, Word 2007 is amazing. It is about 100 times better than Word 2003, mainly because you can find things -- quickly. It's usable. I love the tabs, and the style sets. I'm already a convert.

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Tom Johnson

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