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from a practical standpoint i don't see anything wrong with this. Of course
depending on how complex your files are. If it's just a secretary writing
memos and posters then go ahead as long as you understand what you're doing
and the limitations of it. But as the person setting up their tech you
really have to have a least a middling idea of why you're doing it.


On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 1:59 PM, Doug <> wrote:

I know this is not a popular opinion with certain folks, but I believe you
should save ALL documents in either .doc or .rtf format.    Why keep files
in a
format most people can't read? Just because Microsoft invented it is no
reason not to use it.  You use their fonts, don't you?


Blessed are the peacekeepers...for they shall be shot at from both sides.
--A.M. Greeley

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