Re: "Char Char" styles in Word
Documents are simple. Information exchange can be simple. Some folks don't want them to be.
PC-Write, Ventura Publisher on the GEM desktop, the early (1982) database managerment programs in tagged-field CSV, maybe with ISAM for heavy-duty applications....
Some people had the right idea. Others had the profitable idea -- give 'em what they think they want in the interface, and we can own the file format so we can push updates eternally.
---- Jerry Muelver
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