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Hannibal Smith always said he loves it when a plan comes together. I love it when Redmond Report readers come together. In this case I reached out about my continuing struggles with Word, a program I used before my daughter Lauren was even born (and she's now in grad school).

I'm no self-serving predictable pundit who thinks their opinion is the only one that matters, so I reached out to see if I was some kind of software dufus or is Word still flawed after all these years.

Enough of you with years in the IT trenches echoed my frustration, giving me back a portion of much-needed self confidence.

To hear all the Word talk, just go here.

Posted by Doug Barney on 03/12/2012 at 1:19 PM


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