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Old February 6th 09, 07:11 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.formatting.longdocs
Pat Garard[_2_]
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Can anyone recommend a program for maintaining ...
Never used it, but AcroWizard might help:
http://www.anvillogic.com/products/AWClient.asp
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Hi,

Can anyone recommend a program for maintaining a list of acronyms that
integrates with Word? I've found one program, Acronyms Master, that is
a little clunky, but seems to do the trick. If there's something
better, however, I'd like to know about it.

Cheers,

Bruce


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