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I just performed a clean install of Windows 98 and reinstalled MS Office (Word 2000, Excel 2000, and Outlook 2000). I copied my data files back onto my computer and noticed a couple of strange things: 1-Word (.doc) files that were copied back on to my computer had been Times New Roman font size 12 initially and were copied back as size 14, and 2-The "Select All" function isn't working properly. I go to Edit-Select All and the text does not become "selected" visibly, e.g. highlighted. I can go ahead and change the font size in the drop down font box at the top of the page, but then when I click yes to save the changes it puts the file at the bottom of the desktop (taskbar area). I have to click it at the bottom. Sorry for the long post. Does this make sense to anyone? Thanks for any answers. :tazz:
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