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On 4/18/2014 3:40 AM, Tom Davies wrote:

Perhaps zoom out so that you get multiple pages on-screen and just race through to see if anything 
stands out as being horribly wrong?

That is what I was doing, and nothing looked wrong. Then I looked at the PDF, and discovered a plethora of minor issues, And that is when
I discovered that the template data had been stripped from the documents.

So far, going through the PDF, the errors have been because the office suite was using the wrong version of the template.
Changing that fixes the errors.


On 4/17/2014 12:46 AM, Tom Davies wrote:

> I'd rather deal with Microsoft's bug reporting system for non-paying
Do they have one?

Yes. It is a very small (¿3?, ¿?4? person) team that looks at one or bugs per year. They pick bugs from any software that Microsoft distributes. If your bug is selected, they take your computer equipment for the duration of the bug fixing --- which ranges from six to twenty-four months. The upside is that the bug does get fixed, and ported into all relevant software updates.

I don't remember any more details about the unit.


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