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At 18:14 21/12/2012 -0600, Anne Noname wrote:
If you merely copy & paste over the initial file, then the messed-up formatting may still exist;

That's why that wasn't my suggestion!

in order to be sure of eliminating whatever might be causing the 'kink', the document needs to be fresh ;-)

That's not true. But in any case, you are presumably suggesting that a fresh document would anyway be necessary with your round-the-houses route via other software.

Again, you are very welcome to go the long way around if you prefer. You will not be the only person to do so.

Brian Barker

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